Kodak Pocket Guide to 35mm Photography
Silver Pixel, 1996 - Photography - 112 pages
Photography Provides on-the-spot information for using a 35mm camera. In addition to explaining camera, flash, lens, and filter operations, this guide discusses the unique aspects of photographing people, action, landscapes, wild animals, zoos, and architecture. 112 pages (over 200 illustrations), 3-1/2 x 6-1/4.
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200 mm lens 35 mm SLR 50 mm lens animals aper autofocus camera automatic cameras automatic flash background Backlighting blur from camera bounce flash bounce surface bracket bright camera and flash choose close-up color film color negative film correct exposure darken daylight daylight film depth of field Diffused light distance double film Ektachrome existing-light f-numbers fast shutter speed fill-in flash film speed flash units flower focal length focus foreground frame frontlighting Golo graph high-speed film indoors ject Kodak Royal Gold landscape lenses light source manual medium-speed film meter reading motion normal lens photograph picture-taking polarizing filter portrait rewind scene set the shutter shadows shape sharp shooting shots Sidelighting silhouette slide film slow shutter speed SLR cameras small aperture SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS speed film stop action sunset teleconverter telephoto lens texture tripod tungsten ture underexpose viewfinder viewpoint wide-angle lens x-ray zoom lens