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A Short Course in Minolta Photography - Barbara London
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1982, ISBN: 9780930764029

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Curtin & London, Inc. and Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1982. Soft cover. Very Good. From the book, ""Now for the first time an exciting new approach that simplifies the techniques for getting better pictures. Using hundreds of photographs and line drawings this book makes photography more interesting and understandable for the beginner."" Soft cover in very good condition. Text block clean and tight. Book has a small chip at top front cover (sticker removal). No other markings noted. Book contains black and white and colored photographs. First Edition per number line., Curtin & London, Inc. and Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1982

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A Short Course in Minolta Photography: A Guide to Great Pictures - London, Barbara
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1979, ISBN: 0930764021

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[EAN: 9780930764029], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Curtin & London], Softcover. Sound & good copy, light to moderate rubbing/edgewear to wraps, mild creasing. May not be available for international shipment due to weight/size.

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Curtin & London, 1979. Strong creases on covers and free endpapers, light soil on page edges.. 4th Printing. Soft Cover. Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Curtin & London, 1979

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A short course in Minolta photography : a guide to great pictures

"Camera controls-f-stops, shutter speeds, focal length of lenses, focusing-can initially appear to be very complicated. But if you have just bought or are contemplating the purchase of a Minolta 35mm single-lens reflex camera, all that you need to know to begin taking good pictures can be learned in a weekend and probably on a Saturday afternoon. The key is that the basic principles that take this short amount of time to learn have an almost infinite variety of combinations and it isthose combinations that make photography both interesting and an avocation with a lifetime of possible growth. Photography isn't as difficult as it used to be. The innovations in equipment make it much easier to get good exposures in all kinds of lighting situations. The Minolta's innovative use of new materials and electronic technology, particularly computer circuitry, have made possible a new generation of cameras - simple to operate, compact, and versatile. Today, you can master the basics much faster, so you can concentrate on what is important. .. the image. This book covers the basic principles of photography, the ones that must be understood to take full advantage of the creative controls on the camera you use. Essentially you need to know how to obtain a good exposure and how to use focus, aperture (the size of the lens opening), and shutter speed to create the picture you want. These basic principles are stressedand presented completely. In addition, the book covers film, flash, exposure meters, accessory equipment, and other important information. The book is designed so that every two facing pages completes a fundamental idea. This format permits you to use the book asa reference and to learn about specific topics asthe need arises.The book is heavily illustrated with photographs and line art so that it can be understood more easily and quickly. There is no doubt that greater satisfaction comes from using the camera as a creative tool and it is toward that ..........."

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780930764029
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0930764021
Paperback
Publishing year: 1979
Publisher: Curtin & London

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ISBN/EAN: 0930764021

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-930764-02-1, 978-0-930764-02-9


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