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Author Rand, Glenn.

Title Black & white photography / Glenn M. Rand and David R. Litschel.

Published Albany, N.Y. : Delmar ; London : International Thomson, 2001.

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 UniM Bail  771 RAND    AVAILABLE
Edition 2nd ed.
Physical description 340 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Notes Previous ed.: Saint Paul, Minn.: West, 1994.
Contents Chapter 1 Cameras 3 -- Viewfinder Camera 8 -- Rangefinder Camera 10 -- Single-Lens Reflex Camera 13 -- Twin-Lens Reflex Camera 23 -- View Camera 24 -- Non-Traditional Cameras 24 -- Camera Support 26 -- Shutter Release Devices 27 -- Chapter 2 Lens 29 -- Focal Length 34 -- F-Stops 36 -- Aperture 36 -- Lens Speed 39 -- Inverse Square Law 41 -- Depth of Field 42 -- Perspective 48 -- Lens Hood 48 -- Chapter 3 Film 51 -- Film Exposure 52 -- Film Choices 53 -- Film Construction 56 -- Chapter 4 Exposure 63 -- Nonmetered Exposure 64 -- Metered Exposure 66 -- Light Meters 68 -- Reflected-Light Metering 70 -- Incident-Light Metering Methods 76 -- Equivalent Exposures 79 -- Law of Reciprocity 79 -- Chapter 5 Film Processing 81 -- Developing 84 -- Stopping 90 -- Fixing 91 -- Washing 93 -- Drying 94 -- Storing 95 -- Chromogenic Processing 96 -- Reversal Processing 96 -- Chapter 6 Printing 99 -- Darkroom 100 -- Chemicals and Processing Steps 106 -- Contact Sheets 117 -- Proof Prints 120 -- Dodging and Burning 121 -- Chapter 7 Finishing 125 -- Spotting Prints 127 -- Correcting Surface Blemishes 128 -- Retouching Negatives 128 -- Placing Prints on a Presentation Board 130 -- Chapter 8 Composition and Communication 141 -- Composition 142 -- Communication 153 -- Chapter 9 Light, Lighting, and Filters 159 -- Definition of Light 161 -- Quality of Light 162 -- Types of Light 166 -- Exposure with Flash 176 -- Filters 177 -- Filter Factor 184 -- Chapter 10 Advanced Printing 187 -- Multiple-Filter Printing 188 -- Contrast Reduction 190 -- Contrast Increase 192 -- Split Developers and Water Bath Development 194 -- Enlarger Effects 196 -- Chapter 11 Manipulative Techniques 199 -- Methods of Manipulating Photographs 200 -- Direct Processes 200 -- Intermediate Processes 209 -- Chapter 12 View Camera 215 -- View Camera Parts 216 -- View Camera Types 219 -- View Camera Advantages and Disadvantages 220 -- View Camera Setup 220 -- View Camera Lens and Shutter 222 -- View Camera Film 224 -- View Camera Film Holders 225 -- View Camera Movements 230 -- Control of the Plane of Focus for Overall Image Sharpness 232 -- Control of the Rear Standard for Subject Size Relationship 234 -- Bellows Compensation and the Inverse Square Law 236 -- Sheet Film Processing 239 -- Chapter 13 Advanced Control of Film 245 -- Dodging Exposure 246 -- Flashing Film 247 -- Film Characteristic Curves 247 -- Film Speed Testing 252 -- Exposure-Processing Control 256 -- Development Control 259 -- Zone Placement 262 -- Chapter 14 Zone System 267 -- Previsualization 268 -- Back to the Zone System 270 -- Print Values 271 -- Texture and Detail 271 -- Calculating the System 273 -- N+ Development 276 -- N-Development 277 -- Chapter 15 Digital Imaging 279 -- Digital Capture 280 -- Digital Outputs 286 -- Uses for Digital Imaging 289 -- Chapter 16 Exhibition, Portfolio, and Reproduction 293 -- Exhibition 294 -- Portfolio 305 -- Reproduction 307 -- Milestones in the History of Photography 309.
Summary Black and White Photography, 2E provides readers with the how-to and reference information they need to learn to compose, develop, and exhibit their own first-rate photographs. An ideal resource for beginners, this edition features over 300 pages of detailed information supported by easy-to-understand diagrams and examples of some of the world's best black-and-white photographs. The logical, three-part organization-based on the authors' 20+ years of teaching experience-progresses from the most basic aspects of black-and-white photography through coverage of Zone System and other advanced techniques. All-new chapters on manipulative printing techniques and digital photographic technology ensure that readers are exposed to state-of-the-art techniques while en route to becoming skilled photographers.
Other author Litschel, David.
Subject Photography.
Photography -- Technique.
ISBN 0766818179 (paperback)