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Excerpt from Home Portraiture: For Amateur Photographers
HE following chapters are intended as supplementary instructions in the art of photography for those who have learned its first principles.
Most attention has been paid to the Chief elements of success in home portraiture, which are Posing and Light ing, and less to the after manipulations of Printing, etc. I do not think it necessary to describe in detail the many printing processes, but prefer to refer the reader to special treatises, if more than the manufacturer's instructions are required. I feel that such a course is the best one, because, during my connection with a journal devoted to the interests of amateur photographers, I had almost unequalled facilities for inspecting amateurs' first attempts at portraiture, and, in the majority of cases, printing, toning, etc., were really excellent, while posing and lighting had been woefully neglected.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (May 20, 2017)
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