A revised edition of this comprehensive guide to all aspects of black and white photography, which aims to help photographers achieve the best monochrome results every time.
The Black and White Handbook Summary
The Black and White Handbook by Roger Hicks
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Table of Contents
Why monochrome; theory and practice; film structure; speed, lattitude and sensitization; film choice and format; exposure and metering; filters and filtration; film development; from short stop to negative file; conventional printing papers; enlargers and enlarging lenses; the darkroom; print processing; the art of printing; alternative processes; the colours of black and white.
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