Imaging Processes and Materials
John M. Sturge, Vivian Walworth, Allan Shepp
Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1989 - Photography - 712 pages
Contents: Introduction; Science & Technology of Image Recording; Image Processing, Transmission and Output; Applied Imagery Techniques; Attributes of Imaging & Imagery Systems, and more. 32 pages of four-color illustrations and 500 line cuts.
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