Black and white photography is the oldest and most enduring form of photography. It is also one of more popular forms of photography today. It is both a starting point for those new to photography who want to learn the nuts and bolts of taking pictures, as well as a specialized art form that enables shutterbugs to capture the emotions of their subjects-live or inanimate. Alpha Teach Yourself Black and White Photography in 24 Hours will be the aspiring hobbyist's or professional's best first book on photography, providing them with both the technical and creative skills needed to master the basics of photography and maximize the unique characteristics of black and white film.
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Thomas McGovern has been making black and white photographs for twenty years and has been teaching black and white photography for the past six years. After leaving his position as the Photo Editor of the Village Voice newspaper, he taught photography at the International Center for Photography in New York and California State University, Fullerton before landing in his current position as Assistant Professor at California State University, San Bernardino. Thomas was a major contributor to The Photography Encyclopedia (by Fred McDarrah, Schirmer Books, 1998), and is a contributing editor for Artweek magazine. His black and white photographs are in numerous prestigious collections around the country, including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Baltimore Museum of Art, and the Museum for Fine Arts in Houston.
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