John Hedgecoe's Photography Basics

John Hedgecoe's Photography Basics

Book - 1993
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"Hedgecoe uses the most commonly owned beginners' cameras...to demonstrate how the camera works in simple, nontechnical language."--"Photographic Trade News." "The lessons are easy, given the well-laid-out visual examples. Whether those images be action shots or landscapes, candids or portraits, the principles common to all photography guides are on display."--"Booklist. ""One of the best introductory texts...my highest recommendation."--"Shutterbug."
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., 1993.
ISBN: 9780806903750
0806903759
Branch Call Number: 771/Hed 43mb 01
Characteristics: 160 p. : ill.
Alternative Title: Photography basics.

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RobB
Oct 19, 2007

This book is very general in it's approach, and doesn't really 'teach' you much. It's more of a glimpse of what can be achieved. However, John's photographs are always a delight to behold, and for a beginner this book would give some inspiration, I'm sure.

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