The book of color photography
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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aperture areas Autochrome background balance blue burning-in camera chemicals Cibachrome close-up color cast color film color filters color negative color printing color temperature complementary colors create cyan dark daylight daylight film depth of field detail diffused disc film effect emulsion enlarger exposed exposure fast shutter film speed filtration focal length focus focusing foreground frame give green highlights id reflex Kodak layer lenses light source long lens magenta medium long meter negative film photographic plane portrait primary colors processing produce range rangefinder reduce reflected reflex or viewfinder result saturation scene screen sensitive shadows shapes sharp shot shown right shutter speed silver halides slide film slow shutter small aperture stop strong color subtractive subtractive color surface take the picture temperature texture tones tripack tripod tungsten uprated viewfinder viewpoint wavelengths wide aperture wide-angle lens yellow