A user's guide to the view camera
The large-format camera is the ultimate tool of the photographer in search of quality. This revised, definitive guide to its use introduces digital-imaging information wherever relevant. Updated entries cover everything from equipment to shooting techniques to printing -- all smartly organized for easy reference -- plus a wealth of tips for exploiting unusual features of the camera.
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Using Your Camera
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