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Basic Photo: Camera and Lens: The Creative Approach: Studio, Laboratory and Operation v. 1 by Ansel Adams1
Basic Photo: The Negative: Exposure and Development v. 2 by Ansel Adams2
The negative : exposure and development (Basic Photo 2; New Revised Edition) by Ansel Adams2
Basic Photo: The Print: Contact Printing and Enlarging v. 3 by Ansel Adams3
Basic Photo: Natural Light Photography v. 4 by Ansel Adams4
Examples: The Making of 40 Photographs by Ansel AdamsExamples
Basic Photo: Artificial Light Photography v. 5 by Ansel Adams5

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