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Many people who want to improve their photos are put off by the technical jargon that fills so many manuals. This book advises - in simple, non-technical language - how to take better pictures with even the most basic point-and-shoot cameras. Colour photographs are used to illustrate each point, and the book contains a wealth of tips and reminders gleaned from the author's long experience of photography and photography teaching. John Hedgecoe's other books include "The Book of Photography" and "The Complete Guide to Video".
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John Hedgecoe is the world's best-selling author of practical photography books. He has received a number of international awards for his contribution to photography. He established the Photographic Department at the Royal College of Art in London in 1965 and became Professor of Photography at the College in 1975, a post he held until 1994. He now devotes his time to taking photographs for his books and exhibitions. He lives in Norwich, UK.
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Book Description Collins & Brown, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1855851504