|Title:||Photographing Los Angeles|
|Format:||doc mbr mobi lrf|
|ePUB size:||1525 kb|
|FB2 size:||1672 kb|
|DJVU size:||1150 kb|
|Category:||Photography and Video|
|Publisher:||Patrick Stephens Ltd (October 26, 1981)|
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Albert Moldvay’s most popular book is National Geographic Photographer's Field Guide. Books by Albert Moldvay. Showing 14 distinct works. National Geographic Photographer's Field Guide by. Albert Moldvay.
Book by Moldvay, Albert, Fabian, Erika. ISBN13:9780817454333. Release Date:January 1981.
Photographing Amsterdam. by Albert Moldvay; Erika Fabian. Cambridge : Stephens. 2. Photographing Amsterdam. New York : American Photographic Book Pub. Co.
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Albert Moldvay, 74, a popular photographer for National Geographic magazine who wrote a syndicated advice column called "Your Photos. His column, which answered the questions of amateur photographers, was syndicated by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate from 1982 to 1986. He also served as photo columnist for Westways magazine.
Photograph by albert moldvay, national geographi. A gondola from Sugarbush Resort takes skiers to the top of a peak in Vermont, August 1967. Photograph by b. anthony stewart, national geographic. Photograph by william albert allard, national geographic. A woman in a yellow dress uses an umbrella to keep dry in Saint Louis, Missouri, November 1965. Photograph by bruce dale, national geographic.
A new three-book collection of photographs from the 125-year-old magazine’s archives provides an incredibly vibrant look at life from every corner of the globe. Albert moldvay, taschen. A trinity of sunbeams illuminates the mosaic-tiled floor of the Basilica of St. Peter, justifiably considered by many to be the grandest church in the world, considering that the distant bronze canopy sheltering the pope’s altar is itself 95 feet high.