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I photographed this book not to just upload something, but because it is a very fascinating and educating read. Admittedly I am not a technically oriented individual, as my background is in Accounting and Taxes. I highly recommend this work as it has been a valued asset in my quest to improve my understanding of photography.

This shot was taken with: K100D Super body with an SMC Pentax-A 50mm f/1.7 lens.

1/125s, f/1.7, ISO 200, used onboard flash and Multi-Segment Metering. Focal Length was 55mm.

Thanks so much for viewing.

Antonio

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My mom has always been fascinated with photography and she is a CPA. Lol.

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