The Ansel Adams Guide.
Basic Techniques of Photography.

Text by John P. Schaefer.
Bulfinch Press, New York, 1991. 432 pp., 340 black and white and 38 color illustrations and 152 technical drawings, 8½x11".

"Basic Techniques of Photography, an introductory book aimed at the serious novice photographer, is based upon Ansel Adams' theories about and techniques for visualizing and making a photograph. Using the impressive store of Adams' writings--including his noted advanced series, consisting of The Camera, The Negative, and The Print--author John Schaefer offers the master photographer's views on the artistic, practical, and technical aspects of photography and shows how to apply these in the field and in the darkroom."--the publisher.

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