Title: How to Photograph Women
Publisher: Crown Publishers, Inc.
Publication Date: 1953
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Type: book
American glamour photographer and actor, Peter Growland's first book. He shot more than 1,000 magazine covers, mostly glamour shots of female models. He invented elite cameras and equipment that he used to shoot pinups and magazine covers. In the late 1950s, Gowland also invented the twin-lens Gowlandflex camera, which used 4-by-5 inch film for high-quality pictures. The camera has since been used by such photographers as Annie Leibovitz and Yousuf Karsh. 5" - 7", in very good condition with only a small corner of the acetate protective seal starting to peel off from the pictorial covers. No dust jacket as issued. A very clean copy internally. Size: 5" - 7". Bookseller Inventory # 273555
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