This practical photography book places its emphasis on what's in front of the lens, rather than what's behind it - on what the photographer can see, rather than F-stops, depth of field and shutter-speeds. The author, who writes for "Amateur Photographer" and other magazines, and is also known as Philip Thomas, film-maker, aims to amuse the reader as well as instruct. Drawing on 75,000 black and white photographs he has taken since 1980, he tells stories to demonstrate his radical view of practical photography.
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Descripción Bloomsbury Pub Ltd, 1993. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110747511861