The Photographic Flash: A Concise Illustrated History published by Sinar Bron Imaging is a review of the progress that has occurred over the past century concerning the development and refinement of creating a flash of bright light for use in photography. The book is co-authored by Pierre Bron, co-founder of Bron Elektronik AG, and Philip Condax, former director and curator of technology at the George Eastman House, and spans the history of using flashes of light in order to achieve proper photographic exposure. This book provides a timeline throughout the history of artificial light including creating flashes using chemical means, the first battery pack in 1941, and up to modern high-power strobe packs.
Note: This book is written in English.
|Subject||Lighting and Photography|
|Author||Pierre Bron and Philip Condax|
|Dimensions||9.1 x 6.6 x 0.8" / 23.1 x 16.8 x 2cm|
|Publisher||Sinar Bron Imaging|
|Date Published||May 1998|