THE TRAVELLERS' BOOK OF COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY

By: Van Phillips & Owen

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THE TRAVELLERS' BOOK OF COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY by Van Phillips & Owen Thomas
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Paul Hamlyn, London, ©1966. hardcover, 13 1/2" x 10", with dust jacket. Previous owner's inscription to ffep (dated 1969). Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers etc. Barcode removed from ffep. Packed book weighs 2.5kgs. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Illustrated boards with black type to spine, colour photographic endpapers, colour half- and full-title pages, over 400 full-colour photographs (especially taken by authors in 15 countries), two indexes (places & subjects). This is the first book which deals exclusively with taking colour photographs on travels and holidays, and is a fresh and exciting approach to the topic. On every spread the reader finds helpful 'tips' of a new kind: the best time of day for St Peter's in Rome; where to get the best shot for the Changing of the Guard in London, etc. Also includes 40 practical easy-to-follow picture lessons (framing pictures, night and day, people in pairs, etc etc).

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