Photography for the Scientist
Charles E. Engel, Richard Morton, Richard Alan Morton
Academic Press, 1984 - Photography - 542 pages
Photographic materials and processes; Photographic optics; Light sources for photography; Photogrammetry; Infrared recording; Ultraviolet and fluorescence recording; Close-up photography and photomacrography; Photomicrography; Photographic copying; Analysis using film.
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Photographic Materials and Processes
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