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An essential resource for understanding how photography works and how to solve the many problems photographers face when learning this trade. It deals with the fundamental principles upon which the photographic process is based and presents the principles in a practical manner.
The new edition of this classic text has been updated to include a new chapter on Digital Imaging. This important addition covers, in depth, everything photographers need to know in order to be completely up-to-date on the digital aspects of photography. This book is heavily illustrated with helpful photographs and line drawings, and also includes a special color insert. Since Basic Photographic Materials and Processes deals with the capturing, recording, and reproduction of visual images, the principles discussed have direct applications to graphic arts printing, graphic design, computer graphics and electronic imaging.
Learn about converting analog to digital- bits to gray levels, brightness resolution, and spatial resolution
Covers image processing basics- concepts, filters, color spaces
Up-to-date information on storage of Digital Images- magnetic, optical, electrical, CD Media, and Digital Printing
Audience: Photography students and professional photographers.
Light and Photometry; Camera and Printing Exposure, Variability and Quality Control in Photography; Photographic Sensitometry; Photographic Optics; Chemistry for Photographers; Photographic Emusionsk Films and Papers; Black and White Photographic Development; Post-Developmental and Archival Considerations; Digital Imaging; Tone Reproduction; Micro-image evaluation; Visual perception; Filters; Color; Color reproduction; Appendixes, Index
Posted January 5, 2003
I'm in RIT's M&P class, they basically wrote the book for this class years ago. RIT is the number one photo school in the nation, argueably. I go to RIT this book has all the answers to figuring out the difficult problems posed to us in class. It is especially useful when you have a professor and isn't really a good book for someone not in a photo class such as M&P, something similar in my mind that is more interesting and a little easier to understand is "The Negative" by A. Adams. But I get more out of the negative when I read it over, due to the things I learned in this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 15, 2002
This is the most disappointing $60 investment I've made in recent years. Most of the info is so boring, technical & arcane that I have no idea who could possibly benefit from reading this book except the authors & publishers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.