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Author: VICTOR BLACKMAN
Title: My Way with a Camera. Adventures and Lessons of a Career in Photography.
Description: London/New York, Focal Press, 1979. Fourth Impression, Binding: Cloth, Very Good/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 0240508173 Hardback Hardcover small one inch closed tear to edge of D/JThe author shows you how to get fun and enjoyment out of photography; how to produce pictures which will give you and others pleasure; and he suggests ways occasionally to get even some profit out of it as well. He s concerned primarily with picture making, and with what works; not with technicalities ambitious gadgets and obscure theories. Press work covers almost every facet of photography. So, he takes you behind the scenes on his assignments. Commonsense is fundamental to every chapter. The easiest, most practical and successful way of doing something is the one the author chooses and, unlike many professionals, he is even in favour of automatic exposure cameras. But, if complex equipment is needed, he will use that too and tell you how. Most important of all, the author enjoys his job and enjoys photography for its own sake. In this book he shares both his enthusiasm and hs professional know-how with you. Illustrated.Message to previous owner to inside cover. Slight shelf wear to top edge and corners of D/J. Price clipped.
Price: GBP 14.00 = appr. US$ 19.99 Seller: The London Bookworm
- Book number: 026023
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