Medium Format Cameras: User's Guide to Buying and Shooting

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Amherst Media, 2001 - Photography - 107 pages
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Medium format cameras, which use a larger negative than 35mm cameras, are the tools of choice for most professional photographers. In this guide, the techniques that make medium format photography so popular with professionals are explained in language that even hobbyists can easily understand. All aspects of medium format photography are explored, including equipment selection, composition techniques, and the differences in images produced by single lens reflex and twin lens reflex medium format cameras. This is a great resource for beginners as well as those who wish to improve their medium format photography.

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For any camera nerds, this is an abridged Medium Format Bible. Personally, I wish it was more in-depth, but it did teach me a ton. Every time I'm about to buy more medium format equipment I consult this first. It's also a really useful book for anyone looking to learn more about photography in general. 

About the author (2001)

Peter Williams is actively involved in every area of photography?from equipment sales to photojournalism. He lives in Denver, Colorado.

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