Optics in Photography
This book explains fundamental optical principles that apply to photography, cameras, and lenses. It is intended for professionals and serious amateur photographers as well as lens designers and optical engineers.
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Light Rays and Lens Aberrations
Light Waves and How They Behave
Definition and Resolution
Depth of Field
The Brightness of Images
Types of Photographic Objectives
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angle angular field aperture appear attachment automatic focusing beam becomes brightness camera lens center of perspective circle of confusion close color condenser correct curved definition density depth of field diameter diffraction diffusing disk distant objects distortion easel effect emulsion enlarging lens entrance pupil equal exposure F-number field lens Figure filament film plane filter finder flash focal length focal-plane shutter focus front glass graininess ground-glass hyperfocal distance illumination inches iris diaphragm lamp lens aperture lens axis lines per millimeter magnification mirror motion-picture mounted moving normal normal lens object distance oblique observer's eye optical photograph picture polarizing positive principal plane prism projected image projection lens rangefinder rays refractive refractive index resolving power reversed telephoto rotated scene screen shown in Fig slit SLR camera specular speed spherical aberration stereo stereoscopic Supplementary Lenses surface telephoto lens telephoto lenses telescope tilted typical vertical viewfinder wide-angle lens zoom lens
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