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By: Jim Church(Author)
271 pages, 104 colour photos
This book by pioneer underwater photographer Jim Church takes you beyond the owner's manuals and teaches you how to get the most from the Nikonos V, Nikonos RS and Nikon strobes. The author distills his more than 30 years of experience teaching photography to cut through the jargon and speak to all skill levels.
Step-by-step solutions to common shooting problems are easily found and cross-referenced in this well-organized text, which has gone through extensive review and field testing to arrive at this clear, easy-to-understand format. Packed with practical tips, Jim Church's Essential Guide to Nikonos Systems will help both beginning and experienced photographers shoot better pictures.
- Back to the basics
- Films & exposure
- Features: V & RS
- Lenses: wide, close-up, macro
- Extension tubes & frames
- Strobes: TTL, fill, multiple
- Sunlight exposures
- "Secret" exposure chart
- Maintenance & testing
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Jim Church is a pioneer of modern underwater photography. Many of today's professionals got started with a camera in one hand, and Jim's articles and books in the other. Jim's writings and photographs have appeared hundreds of times during the past 30 years in photography, travel and dive magazines, and newspapers. His photographs have been used in advertisements for companies such as Kodak and Nikon, and appeared in numerous books including the Ocean World of Jacques Cousteau. He is the principal author of five previous books on underwater photography and the author of Jim Church's Essential Guide to Underwater Video. In 1985 Jim was the co-recipient of the NOGI Award for the Arts for his contribution to underwater photography. Today, he teaches underwater photography and leads photographic expeditions worldwide.
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