Photographic Accessories 1890-1970
Bloomsbury USA, 04.03.2008 - 40 Seiten
Amateur photography blossomed in the 1880s following the introduction of easy-to-use photographic plates and film. To improve the quality of their pictures, and to extend the range of their cameras, photographers used a wide variety of accessories. This book covers the more important types including tripods, filters, exposure aids, flash guns, rangefinders, lenses and viewfinders. Tiny objects were photographed using close-up aids. Self-timers allowed the photographer to appear in the pictures, and he could even appear twice in the same picture.
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