The Photographer's Guide to Using Filters

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Amphoto Books, 1998 - Photography - 144 pages
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The Photographer's Guide to Using Filters, which has been revised and updated, helps amateurs and professionals alike sort out the many options at their disposal. With more than 200 beautiful color and black-and-white images to illustrate his points, professional photographer Joseph Meehan explains how to use chromatic (colored) filters, which change the color content of light; nonchromatic (colorless) filters, which physically change light waves; and special-effect filters, such as starburst; streak, and multiple-prism filters, which produce pictures that go beyond what you might think of as visual reality. Finally, Meehan discusses how to care for and safely store your lenses.

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Meehan is the technical editor of Photo District News.

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