Analogue Photography by Andrew Bellamy
Analogue Photography: Reference Manual for shooting film
by Andrew Bellamy, preface by Florian Kaps.
You may have found an old Konica or inherited a Leica, or you may be one of the many younger photographers who are being drawn to analogue for the first time, as a way to enrich and expand a passion for photography. In either case, this book provides all the information needed to help you understand your camera and get out and start using it.
The fundamental technical sides of both cameras and photography are covered. There are, however, no tips on how to take ‘better’ photos, no sections on lines and shapes, silhouettes, texture or composition. This is purely a technical manual: once you have mastered the mechanics of photography, you will have total creative control over your camera, a tool for taking photos exactly as you want them.
Whether as a primer or a reference manual, this is the perfect book to (re)kindle your love of analogue photography.
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Published by Vetro Editions and Ars-Imago
Paperback / 240 pages / 16 cm x 21 cm / 412g