Offers information on photographic lenses. This book includes details of filters, measurements from images and the optical systems of digital cameras. It provides information on topics such as aspherics, diffractive optics, ED glasses, image stabilization, optical technology, and video projection.
Encompassing the use of photography and imaging as tools in science, technology and medicine, this work describes the basic theory, techniques, materials, special equipment and applications for a variety of uses of photography. It also includes explanations of essential theory and an overview of techniques and equipment.
The world's first photograph was taken in 1826 using a pinhole camera called camera obscura. Cameras used since then are basically following the pinhole camera principle. This book looks at the development as well as the applications of alternative camera architectures.
Combines a detailed "user studies" approach to photography, with consumers' own critiques of media content they have generated themselves. This book is about domestic photography and its possible transformation with digital technology. It helps readers to understand the possible benefits of other innovations in the digital photography industry.
Details a fresh media type: audiophotos. This book explains how audiophotos work, challenging the industry view that the value of sound capture lies in the voice labeling of photos. It suggests that ambient sounds-of-the-moment have far higher value as a way of bringing photos to life and improving human memory for events.