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You can photograph creatively - from scratch. Don't waste valuable time and money in trial-and-error. Find out now how to create unforgettable pictures with this best-selling, ultimate introduction to photography. Langford's Starting Photography, now in its 5th edition and fully updated with cutting-edge digital methods, is packed with new sections, including portrait photography, shooting sports and action, capturing fireworks, and creating stunning still life images. Inspirational color images throughout show what you can achieve, with practical suggestions for experimental projects to improve your technique.Inside you will learn:When to use film or digital; and how different cameras operate * Discover the best tactics for outstanding photos using your camera's controls, such as shutter speed, focus, zoom, and flash * Learn key methods for different subjects, including people, places, animals, landscapes, close-ups * Develop the best scanner and printing techniques immediately * Polish your style with the brand-new Lighting section on flash, studio and available light * And much more! "Starting Photography is a hands-on book for photographers just starting their love affair with photography.Michael Langford, photographer, Course Director, RCA, and writer, 1933 - 2000"
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Philip Walter Sawford Andrews (1914 – 1971) was an industrial economist. He spent most of his career at Oxford University as a fellow of Nuffield College and finished his career as Foundation Professor of Economics at the University of Lancaster.
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