In an age of rapid development of the Internet and digital tools, it may seem counterintuitive to be publishing a paper dictionary of photography. It’s true that in a search engine all you need to do is type a word and in a split-second all sort of information, concise or detailed, appears on the screen. Then why bother publishing such a book today, and what does it have to offer that Wikipedia doesn’t?
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