2 edition of Close-up and macro photography for evidence technicians found in the catalog.
Close-up and macro photography for evidence technicians
James A. McDonald
|Other titles||Close-up & macro photography for evidence technicians.|
|Statement||James A. McDonald.|
|LC Classifications||TR822 .M36 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||92139498|
The Complete Guide to Macro and Close-Up Photography is a comprehensive handbook on macro and close-up photography, offering both ambitious beginners and veteran photographers all the information they need to create great macro photographs.5/5(1). Macrophotography also called closeup photography involves examining and photographing subjects at half life size to about 10X life size. Macrophotography is frequently used to photograph flowers, but the techniques can be used to photograph almost anything including: insects, jewlery, cutlery, stamps, fossils, tree bark, moss, lichens.
Professional Macro & Close-up Photography has 5, members. Our Description for this awesome group: This is a private group to share images that you. This excerpt from Flash Techniques for Macro and Close-up Photography is provided courtesy of Amherst Media. To purchase the book and learn more about the publisher, visit the Amherst Media website. Flash photography is a two-step process, whether or not it’s for close-up/macro photography.
- [Narrator] The key to convincing emulation of close-up photography is depth of field. Artistic application of distance-based blur or bokeh gives the rendering plausibility. In addition to its traditional application of directing the attention of the audience. Many renderers model bokeh directly based on the size of a virtual lens iris or aperture. For 3D renderers that don't. Other articles where Macrophotography is discussed: technology of photography: Close-range and large-scale photography: Near photography to reveal fine texture and detail covers several ranges: (1) close-up photography at image scales between and 1 (one-tenth to full natural size); (2) macrophotography between natural size and 10 to 20× magnification, using the camera lens on.
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Close-Up and Macro Photography for Evidence Technicians [James A. McDonald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Close-Up and Macro Photography for Evidence TechniciansAuthor: James A. McDonald. I bought this book to provide a solid background on the art of Close UP and Macro Photography.
It does that. I learned the difference between close up and macro photography and the 40mm prime lens that I already own, works extremely well for close ups of the flowers Reviews: Close-up & Macro Photography [Book Review] A Post By: Barrie Smith Macro shooting was one of my earliest passions with a film camera, when the ordeal of capturing a small coin, bug or flower was a major project, involving a deep understanding of exposure and the effect of racking a.
Crime Scene and Evidence Photography, 2nd Edition is designed for those responsible for photography at the crime scene and in the laboratory. It may be used by law enforcement officers, investigators, crime scene technicians, and forensic scientists.
It contains instructions for photographing a variety of crime scenes and various types of evidence. See B&H's vast selection of Books for Macro Photography from top brands like Focal Press, Allworth, Amphoto and Cyrill Harnischmacher, at the best prices.
Focal Press Book: Close Up Photography in Nature. B&H # FOCUPIN MFR # Key Features. Authors: John and Barbara Gerlach Softcover, Pages. CLOSE UP AND MACRO. There are various definitions used to describe close-up and macro photography. In the context of this article, the term “Close-up” photography will be used for anything up close up to life-size reproductions (i.e.
from about down to magnification ratio) and the term “Macro” ("micro" in Nikon terminology) photography will refer to reproductions beyond life.
An essential guide to a fascinating technique, beginning with an explanation of the difference between close-up and macro work Aimed at the novice or more experienced amateur, the book describes the equipment for capturing true macro images, the "macro" mode on standard DSLRs, and the use of zoom lenses, wide-angle lenses, and dedicated macro lenses, among others/5.
Close-Up and Macro Photography book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Discover a new world of texture, pattern, and color through /5. Introduction to Close-Up & Macro Photography is comprised of five sections, and within each one you will discover the following.
Close-Up & Macro Photography. This introductory chapter indeed addresses the basics of macro photography, including an actual working definition of what macro photography is and the practical (non-mathematical) implications of the or life-size reproduction ratio.
Digital Macro and Close-up Photography is a revised and expanded edition of a book first published back in It has been updated to feature all the latest cameras and technology that gifted. I realized the difference between macro and close-up photography and concluded that I’m really more of a close-up photographer than a macro person.
Here’s the main difference as I understand it: With macro, you need a tripod, a non-moving subject, a lot of patience and you get in SO close to a subject that many times you need a caption to. This type of photography is useful for close inspection or ease of demonstration.
Macrophotography fits the niche between normal photography and microphotography. Documenting evidence in situ is performed using a camera with a close-up (macro) lens, or using a camera with appropriate close-up accessories and an electronic flash unit (EFU).
The term ‘macro photography’ is more properly applied to situations where the image size is equal to or greater than that of the subject. But it’s not uncommon to see a lens with a ‘Macro’ label that’s really just a close-up setting.
In order to be considered true macro, the. the!mostideal!situation,!capturingphotographic!evidence!can!be. challenging.!An!experienced!photographer!will!know!to!take!photos!at!all. stagesof!the!investigation. Close Up & Macro Photography is an excellent book and all the information was relevant and will be able to be applied.
The picture illustrating macro v close ups were good, the concept of projects was good, but could have also been elaborated upon. I liked the way color and the color wheels were explained and illustrated with pics/5.
Fruits and vegetables can be interesting photography subjects when you're looking for some creative ideas. Check out our article on close up and macro food photography and you'll find out what a nutmeg seed looks like on the inside or how to turn a gooseberry into the main focus of your : Andrea Minoia.
Close-up photography, or macro photography, can be a very rewarding form of photographic expression. The great thing about it is that you can do this from your basement at home, if necessary. Of course you can, and should, go outdoors too and setup shots in a forest or at the sea, but you can also setup shots of everyday subjects and shoot them.
Professional Macro & Close-up Photography. K likes. This page is to focus on Macro & Close-up photography. Feel free to add images; we will moderate this site to make sure it's appropriate to our Followers: K. Chapter 1: Introduction to close up and macro photography 8 Close up photography covers a very wide range of subject types and techniques.
The equipment that you need varies a lot according to the magnifications that you want to work at. In this ebook we are going to look at three distinctly different areas.
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I think you should change the title to "Handbook of Close-Up and Macro Photography with Nikon DSLRs" as it is strictly confined to that range. On a point of fact, the standard traditional movie frame (Academy Format) was not equal to Full Frame, but to "Half Frame".Our verdict on Close-Up and Macro: A Photographer's Guide.
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