CONTENTS 1. Photography from a Juror's Point of View 2. The Essentials of a Camera, New and Used 3. Depth of Field and Effects of Lenses 4. Film: The Best Kind, The Best Buy 5. Shedding the Right Light on the Subject 6. Filters, Tripods, Cable Releases, and "Color Insurance" 7. Getting Started 8. Coping with Glare and Reflection: The Light Tent 9. Shooting Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Glass 10. Tiny Objects and Light-Containing Objects 11. Taking Pictures That Are Special 12. Using Your Photography for Promotion 13. Getting Prints from Slides and Working Through the Size and Texture Muddle 14. Camera and Slide Care 15. Hiring a Photographer 16. Is Photography Becoming Extinct?
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Meltzer, a professional photographer, has compiled this book from a series of columns originally written for The Crafts Report. In it he gives the basics of photographing craft objects for those who are not professional photographers. He advises on equipment and film selection, processing, making prints and catalogs, and care of cameras and slides. He also provides valuable hints for dealing with special situations and difficult materials, such as glass. Basic craft photography doesn't require much special equipment, and the nonprofessional can get good results with a 35mm camera and accessories. This is a very thorough treatment and is highly recommended for crafts and photography collections. Constance Ashmore Fairchild, Univ. of Illinois Lib., Urbana-Champaign
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Book Description Interweave Pr, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0934026815
Book Description Interweave Pr, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0934026815
Book Description Interweave Pr, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110934026815