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New Riders E-Book: Film Is Not Dead: A Digital Photographer's Guide to Shooting Film (First Edition)
E-Book: Film Is Not Dead: A Digital Photographer's Guide to Shooting Film (First Edition)
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Film Is Not Dead: A Digital Photographer's Guide to Shooting Film from New Riders is both a reference and inspirational guide to beginning or returning to work with film in this age of digital photography. Co-authored by Jonathan Canlas and Kristen Kalp, this 288-page e-book covers the basics of film photography, including different cameras, films, and a variety of topics on how to shoot with this medium, including discussions on the distinct tone and color characteristics of different films, how to load a medium format back, how to properly expose, how and where to get film processed, and how to incorporate fun, toy cameras into your work.
This e-book has been specifically designed and coded for reading on electronic devices, such as tablets, e-readers, and computers. It is optimized to be read on an iPad but is compatible with any device capable of displaying EPUB, MOBI, or PDF files. Integrated touch features permit seamless navigation throughout the publication as well as the ability to immediately skip to sections of interest.
Table of Contents
The Personal Projects
Table of Contents
Type of Media
Jonathan Canlas Kristen Kalp
New Riders / Peachpit Press
Number of Pages
PDF, MOBI, EPUB
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