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2 edition of Micro-photography by the three-colour process. found in the catalog.

Micro-photography by the three-colour process.

F. W. Knightly

Micro-photography by the three-colour process.

by F. W. Knightly

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Published .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationp. 57-60
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21687588M

color. The book addresses color as a universal part of all photography, from landscapes to portraits and everything in between. This is not a theory book (although color theory is addressed early on), but rather a resource for photographers as they become intentional image-makers with an ever-expanding and informing knowledge toolbox. Hue is a name we give colors on the color wheel (red, yellow, green, blue, and so on).It’s basically the technical definition of color perception. Hues have a natural value where they look the purest and some colors, like yellow, are naturally light.

Technology of photography - Technology of photography - Black-and-white processing and printing: Amateurs usually process films in developing tanks. In this type of development roll or miniature film is wound around a reel with a spiral groove, which keeps adjacent turns separated and allows access by the processing solutions. Once the tank is loaded (in the dark), processing takes place in.   This image of a sledding squid came about as a drawing in my sketch book, then became the idea for a simple holiday card. Of course nothing stays simple and it soon became a three-color, three-block linoleum relief print. Here’s a little about how it was created—at least the printing process—where the idea came from is hard to say.

The book made such an impression on me that I have always wanted to explore such a world full of wondrous creatures myself. Once photography became a part of my life and I purchased the Canon extreme macro lens MP-E 65 mm/f, which has a maximum magnification of , my world was populated with grasshoppers, spiders, snails, flies.   Managing color in photography is one of the hardest things to master. A red berry in a green bush just jumps out at you, while brown skies don't .


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