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How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors

Third Updated and Expanded Edition

Gerry Kopelow

     8.375 × 11 in (21.3 × 27.9 cm)
Paperback
284 pages
104 color illustrations, 230 b/w illustrations
Publication date: 8/1/2002
Rights: World
ISBN: 9781568983233


Since the previous edition of the much-acclaimed How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors, a great deal has changed in the world of photography. Author Gerry Kopelow, who teaches architectural photography at Harvard and whose work has appeared in numerous architectural publications, updates his classic reference book with over 60 new pages on digital photography and equipment, scanning and image manipulation, and electronic marketing. His intelligent and accessible text and striking color and black-and-white photographs bring his expertise to both the novice and the professional alike.


Gerry Kopelow has written for Popular Photography Magazine, Canadian Architect, Horrowsmith Magazine, and others. He has taught photography at Harvard Design School and resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba.


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