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Dramatic Black and White Photography:…

Dramatic Black and White Photography: Shooting and Darkroom Techniques

by J. D. Hayward

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The techniques featured in this book will give beginning and experienced photographers alike new ideas for each step of the photographic process. Every aspect of the 60 featured images is described in detail including the concept development, the composition of the shot, the lighting set-up, and the darkroom techniques used to finish the photo. The author also presents many methods for altering images in the darkroom—including sandwiching negatives, texturing and toning prints, and the art of combining different images into one composite print.… (more)

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