Photography To-Day (Oxford, 1936) – Spencer. D.A.


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Spencer, D. A., Photography To-Day. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1936)

Quarto, 169 pages plus 1 color and 48 black and white photographs. Bound tan publisher’s cloth with an angular design stamped in brown on front board and spine. Not quite Deco, but deco influenced.

Binding is tight with minor scuffing to top of backstrip. Corners clean and unbumped.

Chapters Include:

  • Light and Lenses
  • Choosing a Camera
  • Lenses and Camera for special purposes
  • The photographic emulsion
  • The problem of exposure
  • Processing
  • Printing processes
  • The recording of colour
  • Photography by invisible ‘Light’
  • Kinematography
  • The camera cannot lie (?)
  • Bibliography








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