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Exposure is one of the most demanding aspects of photography. It is not always easy to get it right, and achieving the perfect exposure requires a thorough knowledge of theory, materials, processes and equipment. In this comprehensive new book well-known authors and working photographers Roger Hicks and Frances Schultz draw on many years of experience to present authoritative information on all aspects of exposure, both in theory and in practice. They begin by looking at the perfect exposure and then move on to explore characteristic curves shadows, highlights and speed and subject and image brightness. Chapters on film testing and the Zone system are followed by full explanations of all types of metering, and the book is completed by detailed sections on printing for the best pictures in both monochrome and color. Illustrated with a stunning selection of black and white and color photographs demonstrating technical points or simply standing alone as inspirational examples of the photographer s art, this will become an essential work of reference for both those fascinated by exposure theory and practical photographers who simply want to take better pictures.
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