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Advanced black-and-white photography

Author: Martin L Taylor; Owen Butler; Hubert C Birnbaum
Publisher: Rochester, N.Y. : Eastman Kodak, ©1987.
Series: Kodak workshop series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Welcome to the sophisticated world of black-and-white. This unique and traditional medium has enjoyed a renaissance easily demonstrated in the considerable attention from curators, collectors, and speculators. Monochrome imagery is essentially abstract and appeals to the committed photographer as a richly variable instrument for artistic control and self-expression. A black-and-white image is a reflection of the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin L Taylor; Owen Butler; Hubert C Birnbaum
ISBN: 0879853247 9780879853242
OCLC Number: 20780117
Notes: Kodak publication KW-19.
"CAT 144 1849."
Description: 96 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm.
Contents: History --
Gallery --
Characteristics of the B/W --
Controlling your system --
Photographic options.
Series Title: Kodak workshop series.
Responsibility: written for Kodak by Martin L. Taylor, Owen Butler, and Hubert Birnbaum.

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"Welcome to the sophisticated world of black-and-white. This unique and traditional medium has enjoyed a renaissance easily demonstrated in the considerable attention from curators, collectors, and speculators. Monochrome imagery is essentially abstract and appeals to the committed photographer as a richly variable instrument for artistic control and self-expression. A black-and-white image is a reflection of the scene in the photographer's soul, produced through his or her technical mastery. Advanced B/W Photography offers a visual and technical smorgasbord of ideas for your image making. Discussed and illustrated in detail are the questions: How has creative photography evolved? How does the medium treat different subjects? What are the main strengths of monochrome? How can you improve print quality? And how can you make and present outstanding photographs?"--Page 4 of cover.

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