An exceptionally realistic treatise on the theory and practice of architectural photography. Supplying adequate technical information for beginners, advanced amateurs, and even professional photographers experienced in other specialties, the primary focus of How to Photograph is on the aesthetic and intellectual elements of the medium....Kopelow packs this work with a wealth of information for virtually everyone in the architectural profession. -- Tom Fuller, Inland Architect
The book I should have written. -- Larry Thall, Photo Electronic Imaging
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About the Author
Photographer Gerry Kopelow has written for Popular Photography Magazine, Canadian Architect, Horrowsmith Magazine, and others. He has taught photography at Harvard Design School and resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba.