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Very Good- Trade Paperback. Very minor wear and soil on the sound binding. Name inside front cover. Contents are clean and unworn.; 7-3/8" Tall, 160pp. The PAPER COVER is about the weight of posterboard. PHOTOGRAPHY. A Magic Lantern Guide to Manual Cameras. "The manual SLR camera, by its deisgn, gives the photographer control over most basic aspects of the picture-taking process which in turn gives more opportunity to shape the outcome of the final image...Yes, the all-electronic cameras are very efficient picture takers...But the manual camera will return you to complete control over the image, and if you have the patience to learn how to use the functions of a manual camera, it will ultimately give you a much larger base of knowledge from which to create pictures. " The Chapters: Why a manual SLR camera? Using a manual SLR camera; Lenses and lens accessories; Using filters and flash; The Pentax K1000 camera; The Vivitar V4000 camera: The Richo KR-5 Super II camera; The Nikon FM-2n camera. There must be close to a hundred b/w photos in this book.
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