For the novice, for the young photographer improving his technique, and for the professional looking for the latest developments in equipment, this completely revised edition is a thorough and informative manual.
Covering a broad range of topics related to the use of the 35mm camera, Woolley presents innumerable bits of valuable information, both theoretical and practical in nature. All basic aspects of 35mm photography - lens manipulation, lighting, developing, portraiture, posing, angle-selection, photojournalism - are treated in detail. Woolley also discusses creative darkroom techniques and the aesthetics of the 35mm cameras, and gives advice on standards of professional work and conduct. Such basic matters as the proper handling and operation of the camera, along with a list of the latest models and their accessories, are also presented.
Illustrating his book with over 150 new photographs, the author has amply demonstrated the results you can get using the procedures he describes. Despite the diversity of subject matter and approach that the photographs reflect, they all exhibit Woolley's consistent attention to craftsmanship and his individual style. His knack for combining striking composition with artistic meaning in his subjects is evident throughout. Creative 35mm Techniques will be a valuable asset to the lay and professional photographer alike.
Written by A E Woolley. 170 pages long.