Thursday, October 1, 2009

You Too Can Photograph Beautiful Models

Lesson I INTRODUCTION TO ART PHOTOGRAPHY Good art photography is about one-half technical and one-half imaginative. Any good photographer, well trained in darkroom and camera techniques will find the first half quite simple. The second half is considerably more difficult. There are fine points that the photographer must master in order to successfully produce quality art photos. They are posing, lighting, and creative imagination. Post marked Feb. 14, 1955 from Washington, D.C. and sent to Dr. Alfred Thelin, Jr. 208 third St., N.W., Albuquerque, New Mexico from the National Institute of Art Photography, included are a couple of sample photos, and a lesson plan for home nude photography.

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