By David Ellwand

Ideal for the under-25s new to analogue photography, with advice on good purchases and tips on restoration, which modern films will work in which old cameras and techniques combining analogue and digital.

Illustrated with close-ups of all the cameras featured and original photographs taken using them. Will re-acquaint more seasoned photographers with old camera friends and introduce them to techniques and models which may be new to them. Featuring over 100 analogue cameras, from pinhole to Leica, via homemade and Hasselblad, including some very rare items, as well as brass and mahogany restorations and common boot-sale finds.

  • Beautifully illustrated by a photographer with over 30 years' experience.
  • Written in an informal, approachable style (not a technical manual).
  • Not just for the camera aficionado - celebrating some great design classics.

About the author

David Ellwand began his career in photography at the age of eighteen. He uses a variety of formats and techniques in his books: black-and-white photographs, collage with hand-tinting and full colour photography of handmade objects. He is also a mouse trainer, sculptor, and highly skilled self-taught computer artist. He lives with his wife and daughter in a village in West Sussex, England.

ISBN: 9781910646090
Imprint: Old Barn Books
Distributor: Walker Australia-HEDS
Binding: Hardback
Release Date: October 1, 2016
Dimensions: 254 x 266mm, 216pp
Stock Status: Confirmed
Australian RRP: $64.99
New Zealand RRP: $69.99
Stock Level: In Stock

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