Photographic Journey through the various tribal cultures of Papua New Guinea, from the Sepik River basin to the Huli warriors of the Highlands.
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Bill Sumits has been taking photographs since the age of 8. He learned the art from his father. He first mastered the 4x5 view camera, but transitioned to medium format and 35mm as photography evolved. He was photographer, photo editor and yearbook editor at Georgia Tech and held summer jobs at Newsweek and LIFE magazines and in the LIFE photo lab. As photographers' assistant for some of the great LIFE Magazine photographers, Bill was able to hone his skills. He has had photographs published in Sports Illustrated and TIME magazine. He had a long professional career in technical and industrial photographic product sales, marketing and management, for the DuPont Company. His technical understanding of the graphic arts and reproduction process served him well in his job. With the evolution to digital imaging, Bill got out of the darkroom for good and DuPont got out of the photo business. Recently, international travel and interaction with a new generation of photographers have revived his interest in photography. Bill has published other books including TWA the Early Years about the early years of commercial air travel with photographs by his father, and Myanmar (Burma) in Transition
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Book Description William W. Sumits, 2012. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1467541486
Book Description William W. Sumits, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 72 pages. 10.50x0.20x8.20 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1467541486