ISBN-10:
0240806328
ISBN-13:
9780240806327
Pub. Date:
03/15/2005
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Digital Photographic Capture / Edition 1

Digital Photographic Capture / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780240806327
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/15/2005
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 4.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.47(d)

About the Author

Dr. Glenn Rand received his Bachelor and Master of Arts from Purdue University with a Doctorate from the University of Cincinnati. He did further research as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Michigan. Photographs by Dr. Rand are in the collections of over twenty museums in the United States, Europe and Japan where his work has also been extensively exhibited. He has published and lectured about photography internationally. Publications include many articles, several books for industry and "Black and White Photography 2e," with co-author David Litschel. His consultant clients have included the Eastman Kodak Company, Ford Motor Company, Photo Marketing Association International, the Ministry of Education of Finland as well as many other businesses and several colleges. Presently, he teaches in the graduate program at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. Glenn Rand has taught and administrated at colleges and universities for 36 years.
David Litschel is the Provost of Brooks Institute of Photography. He received his Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Colorado and his Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan. He has taught and worked in photography for more than 20 years. He has written, exhibited his photographs and published.
Dr. Robert Davis was the first Digital Technical Sales representative for the Eastman Kodak Company. In his role at Kodak he was involved in the marketing of digital products. Since leaving Kodak he has been involved in various educational endeavors including teaching digital imaging to the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. He has also set up educational programs at community colleges and has been a lecturer in the field.

Table of Contents

Contents
Introduction
1. Why Digital
2. Capture Devices
Cameras
a. Point and Shoot
b. Prosumer
c. Professional
d. Camera Backs
i. Area Array
ii. Scanning Backs
Scanners
i. Flatbead
ii. Film Scanners
Other capture devices
3. Sensors
a. Basic of sensor technology
i. Manufacture
ii. Parts of common sensor
i) Silicon Photodiode
ii) Doping
iii) Micro lenses
iv) Filters
b. CCD
c. CMOS
d. Energy requirements
e. Effective color range
f. Dynamic Range
4. Lenses (modified from 2e)
Also
i. Lens dynamics
ii. Telephoto effect
5. Image Creation
a. Electronic sequencing
b. Capture
c. Getting the charge from the photodiode
Quantization
e. Sampling
f. Interpolation of color
i. Color depth
g. Interpolation of file size
6. Exposure (modified from 2e)
a.
7. Digital Capture Workflow
8. Files and Storage
a. Raw files
b. File types
c. Compression
d. Storage media
9. Image Adjustment
a. Brightness levels
b. Curves
c. Color Balance
10. Hybrid Imaging
a. Film to digital
b. Advantages
Glossary

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