Introduction to Photography

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  • Introduction to Photography

    1. 1. Abelardo Morell
    2. 2. In the beginning …
    3. 3. Mo-Ti (Chinese philosopher) 470-390 BC
    4. 4. Daguerrotype 1836
    5. 5. Daguerre & Niepce 1838
    6. 6. 35 mm – Leica / Leitz
    7. 7. Charge-coupled Device (CCD) 1969 @ Bell Labs
    8. 8. Lenses & Depth of Field
    9. 9. Nimrud Lens – 2700 years old (probably magnifying glass – focus light)
    10. 10. Wikipedia: double convex lens
    11. 11. Wikipedia: thin lens Lens maker’s equation: ?
    12. 12. Wikipedia: thin lens Lens maker’s equation: 1/s1 + 1/s2 = 1/f
    13. 13. DEMO http://graphics.stanford.edu/courses/cs178/applets/thinlens.html lenstoys: pinhole and lens-based camera
    14. 14. In practice, it’s a little more complex • Various lens elements can move inside the lens – Here in blue Source: Canon red book.
    15. 15. Circle of confusion From Basic Photographic Materials and Processes, Stroebel circle of confusion
    16. 16. Depth of focus From Basic Photographic Materials and Processes, Stroebel
    17. 17. Frédo Durand — MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory - fredo@mit.edu Depth of Field: Dependence on Aperture
    18. 18. Frédo Durand — MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory - fredo@mit.edu Depth of Field: Dependence on Focus
    19. 19. Frédo Durand — MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory - fredo@mit.edu Depth of Field: Dependence on Focal Length • Remember definition of f-stop = diameter/focal length
    20. 20. DoF & aperture • http://www.juzaphoto.com/eng/articles/depth_of_field.htm f/2.8 f/32
    21. 21. Macro depth of field is shallow • Remember: shallower with smaller focusing distance Macrophotography: Learning from a Master
    22. 22. PhotoMontage • Combine multiple photos
    23. 23. Macro montage • http://www.janrik.net/ptools/ExtendedFocusPano12/index.html • http://www.outbackphoto.com/workflow/wf_72/essay.html • 55 images here
    24. 24. Tilt Shift
    25. 25. From Photography, London et al
    26. 26. From Photography, London et al
    27. 27. From Photography, London et al
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    30. 30. From Photography, London et al
    31. 31. http://www.flickr.com/photos/pgoyette/107849943/in/photostream/
    32. 32. Scheimpflug principle

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