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Joseph A. DickersonThere are lots of books out there that discuss view cameras and view camera technique, and some mighty good ones at that, but Stroebel's work is the benchmark by which the rest are measured.
Provides clear and concise information on the features and applications of view cameras. It details camera movements, image formation, exposure control and lens and accessory information.
'This is one of the most satisfying books on photograhic technique that I have come upon in recent years.. For anyone about to embark on using the view camera in their work, or like me, still trying to tame the beast, this book is a commendable
companion.' Don Ryan - Focus, August 1993
Audience: Photographers; Students of Photography.
View camera characteristics; View camera movements; Image formation; Exposure controls; Types of lenses; Lens shortcomings; Image size, angles of view and perspective; Depth of field; Light-sensitive materials; Filters; Exposure and exposure meters; Exposure/development factors; View camera types; Evolution of the view camera; Applications of view cameras