Analog Photography

Reference manual for shooting film by Andrew Bellamy

Analog Photography Reference Manual Book for Shooting Film by Andrew Bellamy

Attracted by the image quality, the tactile joy of a finely made camera, and the value of vintage equipment, photographers around the world are rediscovering the joys of film photography. This comprehensive guide to shooting film photography covers all the bases, from setting up a camera through film processing. In a convenient format, filled with diagrams, examples, and illustrations, Analog Photography is a portable reference tool for neophytes and experienced photographers alike. With an irresistible package inspired by the aesthetics of vintage user manuals

This is a book about the beauty of analog photography, and a celebration of all these breathtaking, magical cameras that have been consigned to the trash for too long. This book will connect these devices with a new generation of photographers, helping them not only to fall in love with them, but also—and most importantly—start using them again, with passion.

Florian Kaps
Founder of Polaroid Originals and Supersense

  • Details: Paperback
  • Size: 6.25×8.25 IN
  • Pages: 190
  • Publication Date: 04/09/2019
  • Rights: North America, Australia, and New Zealand
  • ISBN: 9781616898175

Contents

  • General Nomenclature
  • Lens Elements & Groups
  • Numbers on a Lens
  • Aperture & Diaphragm
  • f/stop
  • Focal Plane / Mark
  • Focal Length
  • Angle of View (AOV)
  • Prime Lens
  • Zoom Lens
  • Coatings
  • Lens Characteristics & Flaws
  • Lens Hoods
  • Leaf Shutters
  • Focal-Plane Shutters
  • Shutter Speed
  • Fast & Slow Shutter Speed Dials
  • Self-Timer
  • Film Speed (ASA/ISO)
  • Stops
  • Exposure & Exposure Compensation
  • Simple Exposure Marks
  • Multiple Exposures
  • EV / Exposure Value
  • LV / Light Value
  • LV Tables
  • The Sunny 16 Rule
  • Double & Half
  • Light Meters
  • Be Meter Free
  • Guide Number (GN)
  • Flash Sync(hronization)
  • Flash Connections
  • Depth of Field
  • Depth-of-Field Scale
  • Bokeh
  • Motion Blur / Apparent Subject Motion
  • Sharpest Aperture
  • Diffraction
  • Vignetting
  • Priority
  • Rangefinders & SLRs
  • Rangefinder / Coupled Rangefinder
  • Parallax
  • TTL / Through the Lens
  • MLU / Mirror Lock-Up
  • Pentaprism & Roof Pentaprism
  • Viewfinder: Rangefinder
  • Viewfinder: SLR
  • Viewfinder: Half Frame
  • Viewfinder Magnification & Brightness
  • Focusing a Rangefinder
  • Focusing an SLR
  • Rangefinder Double-Image Focusing Spot
  • SLR Microprism
  • SLR Split-Image
  • SLR Split-Image Microprism
  • Zone Focusing
  • 35mm Film
  • Negative & Slide Film
  • Resolution & Sharpness
  • Processing Color Film
  • Processing Black-and-White Film
  • Full Frame & Half Frame
  • Filters
  • Stepping Rings
  • Polarizing Filters
  • Neutral Density (ND) Filters
  • Graduated ND Filters
  • Ultraviolet (UV) Filters
  • Skylight & Haze Filters
  • Color Balance
  • Conversion Filters 80 & 85
  • Filters for Black-and-White Film
  • Camera Care & Storage
  • Aperture Area Calculation
  • Angle–of–View Calculation
  • Stopping Down 1⁄2
  • Stopping Up ×2
  • Index