Jonathan Hilton, Barrie Watts
Millbrook Press, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 93 pages
Introducing young photographers to camera types and operations, a beginner's work offers ways to take good photos, avoid common errors, tips on developing and printing film, project suggestions, and display advice.
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