"Beyond Basic Photography" answers the more technical questions of photographers who are already familiar with the basics so well detailed in Henry Horenstein's recent "Black and White Photography." Its thrust is toward providing the photographer with the maximum possible control in the photographic process, from the moment the film is exposed to the point when the final print is dry. In his customary lucid style, Horenstein treats in detail: the negative, plus several exposure methods; photochemistry; processing, including archival procedures; techniques for control in both film and print processes; light, with special emphasis on artificial light; and the use of a view camera. Illustrated with almost two hundred drawings and phtographs, this invaluable book is the most thorough and understandable manual in the field for photographers ready to take the next step.
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