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Photography (Teach Yourself)

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Photography (Teach Yourself) (Paperback)
by Lee Frost

# Paperback: 160 pages
# Publisher: Teach Yourself (31 Oct 2003)
# Language English
# ISBN: 0340869860


Packed from cover to cover with hints and tips on all aspects of photography, this photography guide uses a large, full-colour format to make it accessible and easy to use and refer to. Designed for both beginner and amateur photographer alike, it covers everything from buying equipment to developing your films to presenting your photographs. Developments in digital and APS (Advanced Photo System) photography are also covered.
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