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Philip's Astrophotography An Introduction to Film and Digital Imaging

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: HJP Arnold
256 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Philip's
Philip's Astrophotography
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  • Philip's Astrophotography ISBN: 9780540083121 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 2002 Out of Print #169015
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Capturing the night sky in photos is usually assumed to be the domain of specialists, but Arnold opens this seemingly remote area to anyone with an interest in photography. The book is illustrated with charts and diagrams. It concludes with a list of equipment resources and useful contacts.

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H.J.P. Arnold was an assistant to the managing director of Kodak Ltd before setting up his own photo library devoted to astronomy and space flight. He is the space and astronomy correspondent of the British Journal of Photography. Arnold has written several books and many articles on astronomical imaging, as well as biographies of historical photographic personalities. He is a regular guest on Sir Patrick Moore's 'The Sky at Night' and was in BBC TV's studio team for the later Apollo landings. He lives in Havant, Hampshire.
Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: HJP Arnold
256 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Philip's
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