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|Complete self-instructing library of practical photography ( )|
Complete self-instructing library of practical photography
Scranton, Pa. : American School of Art and Photography
--v.1. Elementary photography.--v.2. Negative developing and after-manipulation.--v.3. General exterior photography composition.--v.4. Photographic printing, pt. I.--v.5. Photographic printing, pt. II. Copying, enlarging, lantern slides.--v.6. At-home portraiture, flashlight, interiors, lenses.--v.7. Studio portraiture, pt. I.--v.8. Studio portraiture, pt. II. Studio system.--v.9. Commercial, press, scientific photography.--v.10. Negative retouching, etching and modeling. Encyclopedic index. Glossary
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|Author||Schriever, J. B. (James Boniface), b. 1868|
|Short title||Complete self-instructing library of practical photography|
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