Shutter Speed by Larry KrotzShutter Speed by Larry Krotz

Shutter Speed

byLarry Krotz

Paperback | January 16, 1988

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An appealing and contemporary novel about Danny Hinkle, a photographer approaching his thirties who sees everything in shades of grey while those around him demand black and white. Hinkle makes a living as an advertising photographer but yearns to make a serious statement with his camera.
Larry Krotz was born in rural southern Ontario, near Gowanstown. He went to school in Toronto at Glendon College, York University. He spent all his taxpaying life in Winnipeg - since 1973. He has always worked freelance - as a writer, journalist, and television documentary producer. He is the former president of the Manitoba Writer's G...
Title:Shutter SpeedFormat:PaperbackDimensions:242 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.55 inPublished:January 16, 1988

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ISBN - 10:0888011342

ISBN - 13:9780888011343

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The author of A Likely Story, Larry Krotz is back with Shutter Speed, a novel set in contemporary times. A young photographer is hungry for success, adventure and interesting subjects to help him achieve his dreams. Wanting to create a valid body of work, the photographer searches in vain for the subjects he so desperately wants. Gradually, his friends and family come into focus as the answer to his dreams.