Photography and the Performing Arts
Written from over 25 years of experience, this book will provide technical and practical advice on photographing all aspects of the performing arts, including stage, rehearsal, posed and portrait shots. Extensive illustrations, real-life examples and
unique personal insights create for the reader a lively, pragmatic view of this specialized and potentially rewarding, branch of photography.
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Overview of the Performing Arts
Basic Available Light Photography
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