Creative Exposure Control: How to Get the Exposure You Want Every Time

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Amphoto Books, 2001 - Photography - 128 pages
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Clear, practical advice for giving creative control back to the photographer. As cameras have become increasingly more automated, all the photographer has to do is point and shoot. For the creative photographer, though, this is often where the problems start. While point-and-shoot may seem effortless, it doesn't offer what they really need; true creative control over their image-making.

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