A Working Manual.
Text by Henry Horenstein.
Little, Brown, Boston, 1993. 224 pp., numerous 4-color photographs, 8x9¼".
With the same clarity of style as his earlier book on black-and-white photography, Henry Horenstein has now written a complete guide to color photography for both amateurs and professionals. This comprehensive handbook explores step-by-step the whole process of producing color photographs: from "seeing" in color and shooting, to developing, printing, and, with the chapter on archival printing, preserving color prints, slides, and negatives.
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