Petersen's Guide to Architectural Photography. Photography, Kalton Lahue, Joseph Bailey.

Petersen's Guide to Architectural Photography.

Los Angeles: Petersen Publishing Co., 1973. First printing. Original Wraps. Octavo, pp. 80, illustrated in b/w, covers exteriors, interiors, specific shots, the view camera, processing, and the business. Very Good. Item #2260

Architectural photography must be approached with specialized equipment and a highly selective and specialized way of seeing and working. Modern 35mm cameras can be used to create striking impressions of modern architecture. Special lenses can be used to deliberately distort visual perspective, and selective angles can be used to create impressionistic photographs. This volume is not only devoted to an understanding of basic architectural photography, but to an understanding of the view camera and how it relates to this highly complex, exciting and rewarding field of photographic investigation.

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