Written as a companion volume to the international bestseller Basic Photography this book has enjoyed a long established reputation as a technicalbible' for new professionals. It will appeal to anyone wishing to improve on their basic skills in practical photography - enabling you to acheive a higher standard of work and to deal more professionally with clients, agents and suppliers. The late Michael Langford was Former Photography Course Director at the Royal College of Art in London. He was intimately involved with photography courses at all levels and as a result fully understood what a student needed. His other books for Focal Press are: 'Basic Photography', 'Story of Photography' and 'Starting Photography'. Benefit from the help given to improve your photography skillsEasy to follow, practical guidance with clear, inspirational illustrationsKeep up with the latest cameras, films and digital technology with this successful guide
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