Pictorial Composition in Photography
by Arthur Hammond
Publisher: American photographic publishing 1920
Number of pages: 346
To tell a photographer how to compose his pictures is like telling a musician how to compose music, an author how to write a novel or an actor how to act a part. Such things can only grow out of the fulness and experience of life.
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Professional photographer Chris Weeks, who fell in love with street photography the moment he started analogue photography, lives and works in Los Angeles. He compiled this photography ebook for the purists. Street Photography is about sympathy.
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Have you ever been to Paris? Or are you planning to come over here any time soon? You will remember – or you are about to discover – one of the most beautiful cities in the universe, and you will do a piece of time traveling in a miraculous city.
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