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Orthochromatic and three-colour photography

J. Cadett

Orthochromatic and three-colour photography

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Published in Ashstead .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby J. Cadett and E. S. Shepherd.
ContributionsShepherd, E. S.
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Open LibraryOL21596442M

  Ctein: Mike, I'm a little reluctant to get dogmatic about the effect of getting rid of the color filters, because I've never played with a camera with the filters removed nor seen a particularly good test of such. But I've got some notions and I'll get to them in a moment. The anti-aliasing filter is a little easier to talk about. Getting rid of it produces a modest improvement in resolution. - Usualmente para usos doméstico, este recurso apoyaba actividades fuera del salón de clases. See more ideas about Super 8 film, Movie camera, Film camera pins.   The word photography was coined by the scientist Sir John F.W. Herschel in It comes from the French photographie which is based on the Greek φώς (phos) light + γραφίς (graphis) stylus / paintbrush or γραφή (graphê) representation by means of lines / drawing, together = drawing with light. The process we know today as photography has a much older pedigree. The printing paper, similarly, has three colour sensitive layers, but the yellow filter layer is not needed as the red and green sensitive layers are almost insensitive to blue. When light shines through the negative on to the paper the cyan area acts as a subtracting filter, therefore allowing the non-complementary green and blue to pass and Author: Louis B. Quesnel.


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