A Guide to the Photography of Church Furnishings
Churchwardens are required by law to compile and maintain an inventory of church furnishings, and good photographs must be kept with the inventory. A Guide to the Photography of Church Furnishings covers the special problems of taking pictures of church furnishings, from stained glass to furniture and communion plate.
This unique, practical book offers advice for this specialist area and useful instructions on how to take photographs, even when using basic equipment.
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Techniques used in church recording photography
Methods of photographing church furnishings
Storage of prints and negatives
New 35mm SLR cameras
50mm f2 lens accurate album altar angle appear areas of damage automatically focusing available light background bracket built-in cable release camera lens camera viewfinder carpet carvings church furnishings cloth colour negative correct exposure dealers decoration detail dioptres distortion enable equipment exposure modes film filter final print finished print flash photography flash unit focal length front glassware Ideally inside ISO rating item is photographed lens hood lens set light meter light reflector longer focus lens Manual exposure manual focusing material maximum aperture meter method millimetres modern mounted numbering system painting panel Pentax photographic record Plasticine polished metal prime lens processor produce purchased Record in close-up recording photography Ricoh second-hand selected sensitivity set station shadow box shot shutter speed Silver chalice silverware single lens reflex stained glass windows standard 50mm lens sufficient surface tilted tripod type of camera unwanted reflections wide-angle lens zoom lens