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    Indoor Picture-Taking by editors of Eastman Kodak Company, the

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1974. Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Kodak Photo Book. BOOK NUMBER: AC-31. CONTENTS: Indoor Pictures You Can Take; Quick Tips for Good Indoor Pictures; Choosing a Film; Equipment for Flash Pictures; Flash with Simple and Automatic Cameras; Flash with Adjustable Cameras; Electronic Flash; Flash Away from the Camera; Multiple Flash; Existing-Light Pictures; Existing Light at Home; Existing Light in Public Places; When to Use Flash/Existing Light; Using Your Pictures; New Challenges in Picture-Taking. SYNOPSIS: Because most of us spend a good deal of our time indoors, we really should take advantage of the many picture-taking opportunities we encounter indoors every day. This book explains in simple language how you can capture all the happy indoor moments in the lives of your family and friends - holidays, weddings, a new baby, birthdays, parties, sports events, conventions and banquets, the fun of everyday family events, vacations, and places you visit. You'll learn easy ways to make good pictures with flash and existing light. Reading this book will give you the confidence and knowledge to record on film all those indoor scenes and activities you've always wanted for your snapshot album and slide shows.. New Publication 5-74-GE. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    How to Make Good Pictures by Uncredited

    All about photography, a state of the art book for it's time. "The Complete Handbook for the Everyday Photographer" "Every Picture Maker Should Read". This book tells how a camera works, what film to use and why, what filters do, what can be accomplished with different lenses, different exposures, as well as detailed information about taking close-ups, landscapes, night photography, Kodachrome photography, and much more. Contains a glossary of more frequently used photographic terms, and 465 diagrams and illustrations. "An ideal gift for the camera enthusiast'. The book itself is in really good condition. The cover and dust jacket are a little bit beaten up.


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    Focal Book of Practical Photography by Petzold, Paul

    London: Focal Press Limited/Pitman House Limited, 1980. BOOK: Previous Owner Markings (Unused Bookplate); Corners, Boards Bumped; Moderate Shelf Rub to Boards; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. CONTENTS: The mechanics of basic photography; Creative photography made easy; Do it all yourself. SYNOPSIS: For most people, cameras take photographs in much the same way as bees make honey - inexplicably. In this excellent introduction to photography, Paul Petzold systematically explains everything about cameras and their use that is relevant to the newcomer, and to those who want to improve the quality of their photographs. Recent years have seen a profusion of new cameras in which many functions are now extremely simple, if not automatic. But whether a camera is the latest pocket instant or a sophisticated 35mm, there is still much for the owner to understand before he is capable of taking a photograph. Indeed, the most important part of a camera is the person behind the button. This book is for every amateur photographer and discusses in step-by-step procedure everything from changing a film to composing shots and doing your own developing and printing. It will give every owner more fund and satisfaction from this most rewarding of hobbies. Superb diagrams and photographs illustrate the text throughout, and the author's own photographs are a visual delight and a continual encouragement. Paul Petzold is the publishing director of Focal Press and the author of several books on photography.. First Edition 1st Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket (As Issued). Illus. by Drury Lane Studios. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Broadway Musicals by Martin Gottfried

    A must have coffee table book for anybody that loves Broadway musicals. The book itself is in pristine condition, with no marks, writing or dogears. The red cloth binding and gilt lettering are like new. The dust jacket has a little wear on the edges, but nothing bad. It contains 353 pages with 395 illustrations, of which 112 are in full color.


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    Life Library of Photography 5 Photography as a Tool by Editors of Time-Life Books, the

    New York: Time-Life Books, 1975. BOOK: Corners, Spine Bumped; Moderate Shelf Rub to Boards. ON THE COVER: The delicate structure of a snowflake cannot be perceived by the naked eye. But when photographed through a microscope, the flake's fragile design is revealed in all its unexpected complexity. The picture of the snowflake is one of thousands collected by the German author Joseph Hell. CONTENTS: The Fast and Slow Revealed; Pictures Bigger than Life; The Distant Made Near; Photographing the Invisible; An Aid to Technology and Medicine; The Camera's Unique View; Appendix; Bibliography and Acknowledgments; Picture Credits; Index.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket (As Issued). 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    5th & 6th Here's How, The

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1977. Repaired; Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Kodak Photo Book - Advanced. SUB-TITLE: Combined Edition. BOOK NUMBER: AE-105. ALSO KNOWN AS: As indicated on the cover, this book is a combination of The Fifth Here's How and The Sixth Here's How. CONTENTS: Photography of Cats and Dogs - by John F. Englert, Jr.; Creative Close-Ups of Garden Flowers - by Barbara Jean; Pictorial Lighting Outdoors - by Charles A. Kinsley; Underwater Photography - by Neil C. Montanus; A Galaxy of Glassware - by Frank S. Pallo; Photography from the Air - Then and Now - by Jack M. Streb; Photography of Insects - by John F. Brandow; The Art of Seeing - by George S. Butt; Tell It Like It Is - With Candid Photography - by Robert L. Clemens; Photographing the Dance - by Neil C. Montanus; Creative Editing for Silent Movies - by Keith A. Pfohl; Creating New Pictures from Old Negatives - by Richard E. Werner. SYNOPSIS: As indicated on the cover, this book is a combination of The Fifth Here's How and The Sixth Here's How. While the articles are basically the same, the information provided in this book has been updated to provide the latest product and procedural information. The Here's How series began with a single book in 1964. The reception of Here's How was so enthusiastic that it spawned an entire series of books for people interested in learning and trying a variety of photographic techniques. There are now ten books in this series. Because many of our readers want to collect the entire series, we've continued to publish the earlier editions as well as the later ones. However, for greater convenience, we've combined some of them into more substantial books that can stand on a bookshelf for easy reference. In The Fifth and Sixth Here's How, you'll find comprehensive information on a wide variety of photographic subjects. The topics range from close-up photography of garden flowers to underwater photography. Each article was written by an expert who has achieved recognized success in the specialized area described. Whatever your photographic interests, you should profit from the well-illustrated informative articles within this book. If you'd like your Here's How collection in hardcover form, we've combined the first six books in the series into one volume, The Here's How Book of Photography. For additional information, see the inside back cover of this book.. Combined Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Fifth Here's How, The

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1974. Light Creasing on Front Cover; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Light Moisture Damage (Staining); Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Kodak Photo Book - Advanced. SUB-TITLE: techniques for outstanding pictures. BOOK NUMBER: AE-87. CONTENTS: Photography of Cats and Dogs - by John F. Englert, Jr.; Creative Close-ups of Garden Flowers - by Barbara Kuzniar; Pictorial Lighting Outdoors - by Charles A. Kinsley; Underwater Photography - by Neil C. Montanus; A Galaxy of Glassware - by Frank S. Pallo; Photography from the Air - Then and Now - by Jack M. Streb. SYNOPSIS: This is the fifth in the Here's How series of Kodak Photo Books. These books contain articles on a wide variety of photographic subjects and are designed to make photography more beneficial and enjoyable for you. The articles are authored by Kodak experts, who offer interesting and practical tips in the areas of photography in which they excel. See the inside back cover for a list of the other Here's How books and information on how you can get them.. Minor Revision 8-74-EX. Booklet. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    CAD $25.52

    Adventures in Existing-Light Photography

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1978. Lightly Scratched on Front, Rear Covers; Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. A Photo Book from Kodak. Advanced. BOOK NUMBER: AC-44. CONTENTS: 1. Getting Started in Existing-Light Photography; What Is Existing Light?; Equipment and Film; 2. Taking Existing-Light Pictures at Home; Picture-Taking Opportunities; Home Lighting; Photographing Your Television Screen; 3. Taking Existing-Light Pictures in Public Places; Outdoor Scenes at Night; Indoor Opportunities for Existing-Light Pictures; 4. Determining Exposure for Existing-Light Pictures; Using an Exposure Meter in Existing Light; Using Exposure Tables; Bracketing Exposures; Suggested Exposures for Kodak Films; 5. Camera-Handling Techniques; Techniques for Sharp Pictures; Time Exposures; Depth of Field; 6. Kodak Films for Existing-Light Photography; Color Film; Choosing Color Film for the Type of Illumination; The Effects of Long Exposure Times on Color Films; Processing Color Film; Black-and-White Film; Processing Black-and-White Film; Cutout Exposure Table. SYNOPSIS: Existing-light photography will open new horizons for you. Using a high-speed film in a camera with a fast lens, you can take pictures virtually anywhere - under almost any lighting conditions - without using additional flash or photolamp lighting. This book will introduce you to the fascinating world of existing-light photography. You'll learn what film to use and how to set your camera for many lighting situations. An abundance of good pictures will give you ideas of what to photograph, and an extensive table lists exposures for color and black-and-white films in a wide variety of lighting conditions.. Major Revision 5-78-AEX. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Take Better Photographs by Busselle, Michael

    London: Peerage Books, 1984. BOOK: Corners, Boards Bumped; Light Shelf Rub to Boards. DUST JACKET: Repaired; Moderately Creased; Lightly Chipped; Lightly Soiled; In Archival Quality Jacket Cover. CONTENTS: Introduction; The Camera; The Foundations of Picture Making; Components of an Image; The Quality of Light; The Art of Composition; The Creative Camera; Using Lenses; Making Multiple Images; Artificial Light; Basic Cine - by Gunther Hoos. SYNOPSIS: Take Better Photographs is a comprehensive and fully-illustrated guide to creative photography. It will help the camera-user to understand and get the best from his equipment, whether it is an automatic cartridge camera or a technically more sophisticated single lens reflex. The book includes beautifully-illustrated chapters on the foundations of picture-making: selecting an image; using light and colour; composition; and the special effects which can be achieved with different lenses and filters. Drawing on many years' experience, Michael Busselle shows that it is not just technical expertise which counts, but flair-the imagination and creativity of the photographer. Therefore, experienced camera enthusiasts as well as novices will find much to interest and inspire them in these pages. Michael Busselle, for twenty years a professional photographer, a contributor to countless magazines and journals, and author of several books has drawn on all his experience in the preparation of this book. A connoisseur of food, especially Italian, and win, particularly French, his philosophy is firmly centred on photography being simple and fun.. First Thus 1st Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    Basic Developing, Printing, Enlarging in Black-and-White

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1977. Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled. Kodak Photo Book - Basic. BOOK NUMBER: AJ-2. CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION Basic Steps PROCESSING FILM Things You'll Need; Processing Your Film PROOF SHEETS Things You'll Need; Making a Proof Sheet ENLARGING Things You'll Need; Making an Enlargement; Control Techniques; Print-Finishing Techniques; Some Helpful Hints DARKROOMS - TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT Darkroom Planning; Temporary Amateur Darkroom; Permanent Amateur Darkroom in a Small Closet; A Recommended Amateur Darkroom SPECIAL THINGS TO DO Making a Photogram; Greeting Cards; Photo Jigsaw Puzzle; Photo Essays OTHER PAPERS AND CHEMICALS Choosing an Enlarging Paper; Other Chemicals; More Information; Kodak Photo Books and Guides; Kodeword Darkroom Audio Cassettes. SYNOPSIS: There are many good reasons for knowing something about making pictures as well as just taking them. You may need to know how to develop film and make prints to earn a merit badge, complete a 4-H project, or make illustrations for a science fair. Maybe you're taking or teaching a photography course in school or at camp. Perhaps you need to learn something about these techniques to make pictures for your business. Or maybe you picked up this book for the most enjoyable reason of all: because making your own black-and-white enlargements sounds like fun. Whatever your reason for wanting to know about developing, printing and enlarging, we think you'll find this book a fine introduction for beginners of all ages. Professional film-processing services (photofinishers) do excellent work and unless you're really bitten by the home-darkroom bug, you might want to let them make most of your pictures. But by doing your own work, you gain more control over the results. You can make prints lighter or darker to suit your needs, enlarge from a small area of a negative, and make prints of any size you want. The cost is modest, and it's a lot of fun.. Major Revision 2-77-BEX. Trade Paperback. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Life Library of Photography 17 Caring for Photographs by Editors of Time-Life Books, the

    New York: Time-Life Books, 1975. BOOK: Text on Spine Moderately Worn; Corners, Boards Bumped; Light Shelf Rub to Boards; Edges Lightly Soiled. SUB-TITLE: Display; Storage; Restoration. ON THE COVER: Aspects of the three subjects covered in this volume are shown - aluminum frames specifically designed to display photographs, a carousel and a straight tray for storing slides, and a mid-19th Century ambro-type restored to its original clarity. CONTENTS: Restoring Photographs; Processing for Permanence; Storage: Safe yet Accessible; Displaying Pictures; The Photographic Show; Bibliography; Acknowledgments and Picture Credits; Index.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket (As Issued). 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    CAD $28.41

    Filters & Lens Attachments for Black-and-White and Color Pictures

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1978. Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Another Idea Book from Kodak. Kodak Photo Book. Includes Data on Kodacolor 400 and Process E-6 Kodak Ektachrome Films. BOOK NUMBER: AB-1. COVER: For information on producing soft-focus pictures such as the one on the cover, see page 49. Cover photo by Dick Faust. CONTENTS: HOW FILTERS WORK Types and Sizes; Filter Designations; Light and Color; Filter Factors FILTERS FOR BLACK-AND-WHITE PICTURES Correction Filters; Contrast Filters; Reducing the Effects of Haze with filters FILTERS FOR USE WITH BLACK-AND-WHITE AND COLOR FILMS Polarizing Screens; Neutral Density Filters for Reducing Exposure FILTERS FOR COLOR PICTURES Skylight Filters; Conversion Filters; Kodak Color Compensating Filters USING FILTERS FOR CREATIVE EFFECTS Multiple Exposures; Split-Field Filtering; Color Polarizers; Making Your Own Filters; Color Slides from Black-and-White Prints SPECIAL-EFFECTS ATTACHMENTS Transmission Diffraction Gratings; Soft-Focus Effects; Vignetting; Cross Screens; Multiple-Image Lenses; Fisheye Effects; Split-Field Effects CLOSE-UP AND TELEPHOTO ATTACHMENTS Close-Up Lenses; Extension Tubes and Bellows; Picture-Taking Through Telescopes; Teleconverters CARE AND HANDLING OF FILTERS AND LENS ATTACHMENTS Gelatin Filters; Stability of Filters; Glass Filters and Lens Attachments.. Minor Revision 5-78 BBE. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Eighth Here's How, The

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1977. Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Another Idea Book from Kodak. Kodak Photo Book - Advanced. SUB-TITLE: Techniques for Outstanding Pictures. BOOK NUMBER: AE-94. CONTENTS: What You've Always Wanted to Know About Photographing Girls - by Bob Clemens; Making Successful Pictures - by Peter J. Hunter; Creative Camera Techniques - by Paul Kuzniar; Action, Action, Everywhere - by John Paul Murphy; Brilliant Color Via the Black-Light Route - by Dr. Albert L. Sieg; Clean the Scene with Pictures - by John Stampfli. SYNOPSIS: This book is the eighth in Kodak's series of Here's How Photo Books. Since the inception of this series in 1964, Here's How books have become increasingly popular with photo enthusiasts who are eager to add to their knowledge and enjoyment of photography. The Eighth Here's How, written by Kodak photographic experts, contains articles describing unusual and interesting photo techniques that are calculated to add new zest to your photo activities.. Minor Revision 4-77-AXX. Booklet. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    how to make good pictures by editors of Eastman Kodak Company, the

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1975. Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers, Spine; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Spine Moderately Cocked; Edges Lightly Soiled. A Picture-taking Idea Book for Everyone Who Wants Good Pictures. How to Use Your Camera; Tips for Pictures Indoors & Out; How to Picture Babies & Children; Travel Pictures; Photographing Pets, Hobbies, Sports & Special Occasions; Fun with Your Camera. SUB-TITLE: an entertaining authoritative handbook for everyone who takes pictures. BOOK NUMBER: AW-1. CONTENTS: Introduction; Film; How to Set Your Camera; Making Ordinary Pictures into Good Pictures; Family and Friends; Babies; The Middle Years: Ages Three to Ten; Grown-Ups; Vacation and Travel; Pets and Other Animals; Sports; Hobby Pictures; Special Techniques for Better Pictures; How to Use Your Pictures; Has It Happened to You? EDITION: Minor Revision 9-75-AXX.. 33rd Edition 1st 1975 Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Discover your Self through Photography by Hattersley, Ralph

    Dobbs Ferry: Morgan & Morgan, Inc., 1977. Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. SUB-TITLE: A Creative Workbook for Amateur and Professional. CONTENTS: Introduction CHAPTER 1 - FREE YOUR CREATIVE MIND Getting ideas for photography by using methods which are in attunement with the creativity patterns of your mind. Conventional and unconventional approaches to picture ideas. CHAPTER 2 - RELATE TO YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS BETTER Using your camera to help understand your friends and neighbors better and to relate to them on a deeper level. CHAPTER 3 - UNDERSTAND YOUR AESTHETIC SENSE Photographing the nude to help you improve your perceptivity and to understand and feel the relationship between aesthetics and sensuality. Uncovering hidden facets of yourself. CHAPTER 4 - DISCOVER BOTH SIDES OF YOURSELF Using photography to discover, analyze and express visually the two sides of yourself: the masculine and the feminine. CHAPTER 5 - DISCOVER YOUR OWN SECRET SYMBOLS Using photography to unearth your unconscious psychic symbols and to discover what they really mean to you. CHAPTER 6 - FIGHT YOUR WAY OUT OF THE BAG Using photography to help you overcome cultural and self-conditioning. Using it to discover and confront your fears. CHAPTER 7 - RELATE TO YOUR FAMILY BETTER Using your camera to help you understand your family better and to relate to them on a more effective level. CHAPTER 8 - PHOTOGRAPHY MAY BE A PRACTICE OF RELIGION FOR YOU The Self-discovery and Self-liberating techniques given in this book relate to various esoteric teachings in Eastern and Western religions. Use photography to help you in Self-perfection. SYNOPSIS: Discover your Self through Photography, Ralph Hattersley. "Photography's most controversial writer." - Popular Photography, in which "The Hattersley Class" appears each month, thus characterized this most provocative photographer and teacher. Here, for both amateur and professional, Mr. Hattersley explains basic camera techniques, together with psychological and philosophical insights that help reveal the photographer's own personality to himself . . . while he learns, via this visual medium, how he actually relates (or can relate) to family, friends, the world and the universe. Ralph Hattersley has taught photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, Pratt Institute, Columbia University (Art Department), Germain School of Photography, and Rochester Institute of Technology. In addition to his long-standing feature in Popular Photography, he has contributed articles to Modern Photography, Aperture, Infinity and Exposure and Design.. First Thus 2nd Printing. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    Ninth Here's How, The

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1976. Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Another Idea Book from Kodak. Advanced. BOOK NUMBER: AE-95. CONTENTS: Notes on Travel Photography - by George Butt; Producing Successful Slide Shows - by Keith Boas; Pet Photography - by Walter Chandoha; The Sabattier Effect in Black-and-White and Color - by Barbara Jean; Better Pictures of People - by Neil Montanus; Photography of Minerals - by William W. Pinch and Thomas P. Hurtgen; Natural Zoo Photography - by Paul D. Yarrows. SYNOPSIS: Ninth in the popular Here's How series of Kodak Photo Books, this collection of exciting articles will introduce you to many fascinating new photo activities and help you improve some techniques you may have already tried. Each author is an acknowledged expert. Each article is richly illustrated to help you begin a new photo adventure.. Minor Revision 12-76-AAX. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Here's How

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1973. Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers, Spine; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled. Kodak Photo Book - Advanced. SUB-TITLE: techniques for outstanding pictures. BOOK NUMBER: AE-81. CONTENTS: Remote Releases in Nature Photography - by John F. Englert, Jr.; Bad-Weather Pictures - by Charles A. Kinsley; Subject Control for Better Pictures - by Don D. Nibbelink; Colorful Glassware - by Frank Pallo; Photographing Fluorescent Minerals - by Allie C. Peed; The Effective Use of Exposure Meters - by Allen Stimson; Competition Tabletops - by Jack M. Streb; Moons in the Refrigerator (and other techniques for night photography) - by Paul D. Yarrows. SYNOPSIS: This is the first in the Here's How series of books, in which we present articles on many different photographic subjects signed by the people who wrote them. Maybe you've met some of our authors at a camera club program or a photographic convention. Maybe you've seen some of their pictures in one of the many Kodak programs that tour America. Even if you've done none of these things, you can be sure that each person writes with authority in his field. Photography is not only his job, but an avidly pursued after-hours hobby. Here these people share with you a store of interesting photographic techniques designed to help make your own picture-taking more enjoyable and more successful. So read on - and good shooting!. Minor Revision 7-73-EX. Booklet. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Sixth Here's How, The

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1974. Previous Owner Markings; Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Kodak Photo Book - Advanced. SUB-TITLE: techniques for outstanding pictures. BOOK NUMBER: AE-88. CONTENTS: Photography of Insects - by John F. Brandow; The Art of Seeing - by George S. Butt; Tell It Like It Is - With Candid Photography - by Robert L. Clemens; Photographing the Dance - by Neil C. Montanus; Creative Movie Editing - by Keith A. Pfohl; Creating New Pictures from Old Negatives - by Richard E. Werner. SYNOPSIS: This book is the sixth in Kodak's series of Here's How Photo Books. Like the other books in the series, The Sixth Here's How contains articles written by Kodak experts for photo enthusiasts who are interested in new ideas for getting more enjoyment out of photography.. Minor Revision 3-74-FX. Booklet. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    more Here's How

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1974. Previous Owner Markings; Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped. Kodak Photo Book - Advanced. SUB-TITLE: techniques for outstanding pictures. BOOK NUMBER: AE-83. CONTENTS: Titling Techniques - by Robert Beeler; Building a Photographic Blind for Nature Pictures - by John F. Englert, Jr.; The Anatomy of an Exhibition Photograph - by John Fish; Kodacolor-X Film for the Craftsman - by F. E. Johnson; Multiple Flash for Picture Pep - by Kenneth T. Lassiter; Some Chit-Chat About Lenses - by John W. McFarlane; Photographing the Stars - by Donald C. Ryon. SYNOPSIS: When you've enjoyed something you've read, you often want more. And that's how this booklet got its name. The original Here's How (Kodak Publication No. AE-81) marked the first time we had ever published a series of signed articles in a Kodak Photo Book. Reader response was so heartening that we decided to do it again. In these pages we present knowledgeable articles on such subjects as lenses, titling, and multiple flash; nature photography, composition, shooting the stars, and how to get the most from color-negative film. Each article is written by a man who knows his subject firsthand. The subjects and authors are varied, but they share common goals: to help you better understand and enjoy your hobby. So here's More Here's How. We hope you enjoy it.. Minor Revision 8-74-EX. Booklet. Very Good. 64mo - up to 3" tall.


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    3rd & 4th Here's How, the

    Rochester: Eastman Kodak Company Light Creasing on Front Cover; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Another Idea Book from Kodak. Kodak Photo Book - Advanced. SUB-TITLE: Combined Edition. BOOK NUMBER: AE-104. ALSO KNOWN AS: As indicated on the cover, this book is a combination of The Third Here's How and The Fourth Here's How. CONTENTS: Photographing Children Naturally - by Grant Haist; "Pushing" Kodak High Speed Ektachrome Film - by Robert S. Harris; How to Photograph Wild Flowers - by Jeannette Klute; Have Flash, Will Travel - by Don D. Nibbelink; Behind the Colorama - by Jack M. Streb; Color-Slide Manipulation - by Paul D. Yarrows; A Practical Look at Movie Lenses - by Carl S. Dumbauld; How to Photograph Antique Cars - by John W. McFarlane; Slide-Duplicating Techniques - by Jerome T. McGarry; Imaginative Color Printing - by John Paul Murphy; How to Produce a Slide-Tape Talk - John F. Schroth; Print-Finishing Techniques - by Paul D. Yarrows. SYNOPSIS: As indicated on the cover, this book is a combination of The Third Here's How and The Fourth Here's How. While the articles are basically the same the information provided in this book has been updated to provide the latest product and procedural information. The Here's How series began with a single book in 1964. We didn't plan to produce a series; it just turned out that way. Each successive book met with such an enthusiastic response that now there are nine of them. Because many of our readers want to collect the entire series, we've continued to publish the earlier editions as well as the later ones. However, for greater convenience, we've combined them into more substantial books that can stand on a bookshelf for easy reference. In The Third and Fourth Here's How, you'll find a wealth of information on a wide variety of photographic subjects. The topics range from photographing children to producing a slide-tape talk. Each article was written by an expert who has achieved recognized success in the specialized area described. Whatever your photographic interest, you should profit from the well-illustrated informative articles within this book. If you'd like your Here's How collection in hard-cover form, we've combined the first six books in the series into one volume, The Here's How Book of Photography. For additional information, see the inside back cover of this book.. Combined Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Life Library of Photography 14 Documentary Photography by Editors of Time-Life Books, the

    New York: Time-Life Books, 1975. BOOK: Corners, Boards Bumped; Moderate Shelf Rub to Boards. ON THE COVER: A documentary within a documentary, this picture suggests the way an Alabama tenant farm family lived, and, in the two snapshots tacked to the wall, bears witness to the family's informal documentation of its own experiences. The photograph was taken by Walker Evans in 1936, while he was employed by the Farm Security Administration; it was the powerful and moving record of rural poverty made by him and his FSA colleagues (pages 66-84) that popularized the term documentary photography. CONTENTS: The Authentic View; Crusaders with Cameras; The Photo League; Honoring Humanity; Critics of Complacency; The Personal Document; Bibliography and Acknowledgments; Picture Credits; Index.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket (As Issued). 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    Tenth Here's How, The

    Rochester: Kodak Consumer Markets Division, 1977. Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Another Idea Book from Kodak. Advanced. BOOK NUMBER: AE-110. CONTENTS: Photographing Wild Birds - by Richard D. Robinson; Building and Using a Home Studio - by Don Duryee; Photographing Wildflowers - by John Fish; A Pictorial Glance at Sports - by Martin Taylor; Nature-Trail Photography - Edwin A. Austin; Colorful Crystal Patterns Using Polarized Light - by Allan L. Horvath. SYNOPSIS: Welcome to the tenth book in the popular Here's How series of Kodak Photo Books. The articles that follow, written by photographic experts, are rich in practical, how-to-do-it information and inspiring illustrations for all who enjoy adventuring into photography. Each article has been carefully prepared to help you polish your photo techniques and expand your interest and visual awareness into areas that you may have never considered.. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Life Library of Photography 15 Frontiers of Photography by Editors of Time-Life Books, the

    New York: Time-Life Books, 1974. BOOK: Corners, Boards Bumped; Light Shelf Rub to Boards; Edges Lightly Soiled. ON THE COVER: In the beginning, in 1968, this picture was a multiple exposure in color of a wedding party in the gardens at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. About a year later photographer Tom Porett printed the transparency onto high-contrast black-and-white film, painted over some details, then printed the touched-up negative on another sheet of high-contrast film. While developing this positive, he flashed a light on to reverse some tones and create the hard line edging. Next he painted over portions of the positive and copied it onto color-positive film. From what remains of the original, a member of the wedding might still reconstruct the scene in memory. CONTENTS: Clues to the Future; Cameras in the Computer Age; Photography's Changing Images; Mixing the Media; Into the Third Dimension; A New Wave of Abstraction; Bibliography and Acknowledgments; Picture Credits; Index.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket (As Issued). 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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