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Afocal photography works with any system that can produce a virtual image of parallel light, for example telescopes and microscopes. Afocal photographic setups work because the imaging device’s eyepiece produces collimated light and with the camera's lens focused at infinity, they are

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The science of photography refers to the use of science, such as chemistry and physics , in all aspects of photography. This applies to the camera, its lenses, physical operation of the camera, electronic camera internals, and the process of developing film in order to take and develop | 2010/9/27 1:58:27

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A camera lens (also known as photographic lens , objective lens or photographic objective ) is an optical lens or assembly of lenses used in conjunction with a camera body and mechanism to make images of objects either on photographic film or on other media capable of storing an image

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lens attached at the eyepiece of a optical devices such as microscopes or telescopes, creating an afocal system (technically called afocal photography or afocal projection ) has been used for nearly 100 years [ 6 ] and digital camera afocal photography was already being employed in the

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The term birdwatching was first used in 1901; bird was introduced as a verb in 1918. [ 3 ] The term birding was also used for the practice of fowling or hunting with firearms as in Shakespeare 's The Merry Wives of Windsor (1602): "She laments sir... her husband goes this morning a-birding

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The Cabinet card was the style of photograph which was universally adopted for photographic portraiture in 1870. It consisted of a thin photograph that was generally mounted on cards measuring 4¼ by 6½ inches. Contents 1 History 2 Timeline 3 Dating a cabinet card 4 See also

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In photography, headroom or head room is a concept of aesthetic composition that addresses the relative vertical position of the subject within the frame of the image. Headroom refers specifically to the distance between the top of the subject's head and the top of the frame, but the term

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Contemporary artists who use found photography as part of their practice include Stephen Bull, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Alexander Honory, Erik Kessels and Joachim Schmid. [ edit ] See also Vernacular photography [ edit ] External links Found Magazine Found Photos A collaborative found | 2010/9/25 19:49:12

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The following samples are ordered from longer to shorter exposure time. 4th of July fireworks in Portland , Oregon , 10 second exposure 4th of July Fireworks in San Jose , California , 2 second exposure more 4th of July fireworks from San Jose, 1 second exposure

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The word has also been used to refer to other phenomena: for description of the sun (cf geography), for photography in general, for signalling by heliograph (a device less commonly called a heliotrope or helio-telegraph), and for photography of the sun. [ 2 ] [ edit ] Notes ^ "The First | 2010/9/24 21:58:12