The book of color photography

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Knopf, Jun 1, 1984 - Photography - 216 pages
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Photographs and clear two-color drawings illustrate a guide to virtually everything there is to know about color photography from history and technology to basic and advanced picture-taking techniques and color processing

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About the author (1984)

South African husband and wife team Adrian Bailey (photographer) and Robyn Keene-Young (author) have been visiting Botswana's Okavango Delta for over a decade. Their previous books include Okavango: Africa's Wetland Wilderness and Dwellers in Eden, Backseat Safari, and Wild Kruger and Wild Botswana. Their collaborative articles on wildlife and travel have been published in some of the world's best magazines, including BBC Wildlife and Conde Nast Traveller. They both serve as associate editors of South Africa's Getaway magazine.

Holloway was a newspaper soccer and feature writer for The Times of London. He then worked for the BBC as a radio reporter before spending two years as a TV sports anchor. He now helps the Newfrontiers family of churches around the world and is based with his wife at Christ Church, Central London.

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