LONDON, B: A Short Course in Photography: An Introduction to Black and White Photographic Technique (4th Edition)

London, Barbara; Stone, Jim. A Short Course in Photography: An Introduction to Black and White Photographic Technique (4th Edition). Pearson Education, 2000. ISBN: 0130283177. Unmarked text. Bumped corners. Very Good. Paperback. (#30998) $12.00

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Includes digital imaging. Oriented toward traditional black and white photography, the book also explores color, digital techniques and equipment, camera and camera accessories use, the exposure and development of film, and the making and finishing of prints. All aspects of the process are explained and illustrated clearly in two-page spreads, each of which address a self-contained topic.

REYNOLDS, CR: American Indian Portraits: From the Wanamaker Expedition of 1913

Reynolds, Charles R. Jr. (Editor). American Indian Portraits: From the Wanamaker Expedition of 1913. Brattleboro, VT: The Stephen Green Press, 1971. ISBN: 0828901465. Unmarked text. Previous owner’s name stamped on front end page. Unclipped dust jacket with some smudging under clear protective cover. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30995) $15.00

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Chosen and with an introduction by Charles R. Reynolds, Jr. This group of 120 extraordinary portrait photographs of Indians, taken just before World War I, lay buried in neglected files for more than fifty years — a forgotten byproduct of the third Rodman Wanamaker expedition to the American Indian. Collection beautifully printed in their original size and are representative of Indian men, women and children from tribes across the country in 1913. 124p.

MAKLANSKY, S: Cameraderie: A Relational Interpretation of Photographic History

Maklansky, Steve. Cameraderie: A Relational Interpretation of Photographic History. New Orleans Museum of Art, 1997. ISBN: 0894940562. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30994) $15.00

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Photographs from the New Orleans Museum of Art.

Compiled by Steve Maklansky.

Featured artists include William Henry Fox Talbot, Roger Fenton, Man Ray, Lewis Carroll, Andre Breton, Lee Friedlander, Ben Shahn, Walker Evans, Gyprgy Kepes, William Henry Jackson, Timothy O’Sullivan, Matthew Brady, and others.