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A hands-on approach to basic photography, with activities and projects that demonstrate technical skills, artistic styles, and creative techniques.
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Gr 8-10-- This comprehensive discussion of photographic techniques includes information on photograms, the construction and use of pinhole cameras, all types of commercial cameras, and darkroom setup and use. Safety precautions when dealing with chemicals are stressed. The chapter titled ``What Every Photographer Should Know,'' in conjunction with the one describing advanced projects, provides techniques guaranteed to produce unusual results. The key to the audience for this text lies in the series subtitle: ``for talented beginners.'' Not only will readers need some preliminary experience, but they must also be able to interpret the author's instructions, e.g., in the discussion of negatives, there is no discussion of how the transfer of film to the developing reel takes place. This guide will serve as a complete reference for experienced students; novices will need the cookbook approach. --Nancy E. Curran, Decatur Public Schools, IL
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Book Description Chicago Review Pr, 1992. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1556521596