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ISBN:
0240802209
Author:
Leslie Stroebel
Category:
Photography & Video
Language:
English
Publisher:
Focal Press; 1 edition (September 4, 1995)
Pages:
112 pages
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1576 kb
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1213 kb
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1497 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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538


Leslie Stroebel, author of the definitive View Camera Technique, has condensed and revised his venerable classic into an easy-to-read basic manual.

Leslie Stroebel, author of the definitive View Camera Technique, has condensed and revised his venerable classic into an easy-to-read basic manual. Basics is designed to expose the beginning view camera user to the fundamental concepts-camera movements, perspective control, and the particulars of large format exposure-without overlooking start-up concerns such as selecting cameras, tripods, and light meters.

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Lee Patrick Strobel (born January 25, 1952) is an American Christian author and a former investigative journalist. He has written several books, including four which received ECPA Christian Book Awards (1994, 1999, 2001, 2005) and a series which addresses challenges to the veracity of Christianity. He also hosted a television program called Faith Under Fire on PAX TV and runs a video apologetics web site

View camera technique. by. Stroebel, Leslie D. Publication date. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

View camera technique. View cameras, Photography. Boston : Focal Press. City.

this book is the authority for large format enthusists, and it is very easy to understand for the ones just now getting into view cameras!

this book is the authority for large format enthusists, and it is very easy to understand for the ones just now getting into view cameras!

Смело рекомендую эти две книги по большеформатной фотографии, лежащие на моем столе уже не первый месяц (на английском): 1. Using the View Camera: A Creative Guide to Large Format Photography (Steve Simmons, 1992) Книга будет хороша для тех, кто толь.

Смело рекомендую эти две книги по большеформатной фотографии, лежащие на моем столе уже не первый месяц (на английском): 1. Using the View Camera: A Creative Guide to Large Format Photography (Steve Simmons, 1992) Книга будет хороша для тех, кто только начал осваивать большой формат - она легко.

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Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. View Camera Technique by Leslie Stroebel is ready for immediate shipment to any location. This is a brand new book at a great price. Author Leslie Stroebel. Publication Year 1999. Publisher Focal Press.

Stroebel's View Camera Basics explains in easy-to-understand language the fundamentals of using a view camera. This heavily illustrated book covers the subjects of view camera characteristics, adjustments, lenses, exposure, film, filters and refinements. Stroebel emphasizes concepts that are important to beginning view camera users, yet will help any view camera user produce the highest quality photographs possible. Attention is given to depth of field, focal length, F-numbers, image contrast and accessories such as tripods. Leslie Stroebel, Ed.D. Professor Emeritus at Rochester Institute of Technology, is well respected as an educator, author and editor. He taught photography for forty four years at RIT where at different times he was Chair of both the Professional Photography Department and Department of Imaging and Photographic Technology.
  • Shaktiktilar
I've been interested in View Cameras for a couple of years now, and had debated buying Stroebel's "View Camera Technique" when I saw this title listed.

It is a nice book but isn't written for the total novice, it seems to me that you are assumed to know something about photography before you get started. You'll get several chapters on what lenses for these things do (and some examples), details on film and filters and various camera functions but it is a little too technical for the total novice. I was hoping for a book that would show me the various common camera parts in detail, telling what each was and what it did. I'd like more detail on choosing components too. The best chapter, for a near total novice like me, was #7- it had more of the details like I want/need. This book is not a hold your hand guide for the uninformed, it is well written but assumes you do know something about the subject.

At the time I got this book it was about $80, $20 more than Stroebel's "View Camera Technique"- which one is best for the novice? I don't know but may get Technique someday as well. I wish I could find something that was really basic!
  • Adaly
Unreadable, horrible layout, poor font choice, too cramped text layout, diagrams too small and virtually non-sensical, especially for beginners! I wished I had sent it back in time to get a refund, but best to keep it as an example of poor design & layout, as well as poor instruction.
  • Gavinranara
I found this book difficult to read. The author seems to have complicated what is not particularly difficult to understand. Even when the author was explaining stuff I already knew I found it difficult to follow. A great shame, as he knows his stuff. He reminds me of a mathmatician I know, who when asked the question: what is 2 x 2, spend 30 minutes giving the answer. I now wonder if his other book: View Camera Technique is written in a similar style.