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How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors

Updated and Expanded Edition
Princeton Architectural Press

By Gerry Kopelow

8.5 x 11 in; 192 pp;
83 color, 150 b/w illustrations
Paperback
January 1998
ISBN 9781568980973
ISBN10 1568980973

SKU# 9781568980973

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Architectural photographer Gerry Kopelow created this guide on how to take high-quality photographs for architects, interior designers, engineers, heritage preservers, and professional photographers. The first half of the book starts with the basics, disc...
How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors


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How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors

Architectural photographer Gerry Kopelow created this guide on how to take high-quality photographs for architects, interior designers, engineers, heritage preservers, and professional photographers. The first half of the book starts with the basics, discussing topics such as photographing architectural models and drawings, technical considerations involving cameras, films, and lighting, and preparing materials for publication. This expanded edition also contains 13 new chapters that focus on more advanced topics, including special cameras and lenses, the creative use of filters, digital imaging and digital image manipulation, working on location, copyrights, contracts, and other business considerations. It also includes hundreds of color and black-and-white photographic examples. This practical how-to book is the definitive title on the subject.

 

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8.5 x 11 in; 192 pp;
83 color, 150 b/w illustrations
Paperback
January 1998
ISBN 9781568980973
ISBN10 1568980973
Gerry Kopelow runs his own commercial photography business. Other titles he has written include Photography and the Performing Arts and The Focal Handbook of Commercial Photography. He is a regular contributor to Photo Techniques magazine.