An introduction to photomicrography
Oxford University Press, 1987 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 74 pages
This concise book introduces the microscopist and interested amateur photographers to some of the basic theory and practice needed to produce good microphotographs in both black and white and color. A chapter is devoted to the difficult area of the production of pictures at the low magnifications between x1 and x20. The special problems of recording fluorescent images and the use of instant print systems are also covered.
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Some basic photographic theory
Some techniques in photomicrography
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