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Photography is about much more than putting the camera to the eye and pressing the shutter. Sometimes what is being recorded is impossible to approach in a conventional way, for a number of reasons: it's too small, too large, too far away, too hot, too cold, or hidden away somewhere the eye can't see. Extreme Photography takes the medium to the limits of possibility--and bPhotography is about much more than putting the camera to the eye and pressing the shutter. Sometimes what is being recorded is impossible to approach in a conventional way, for a number of reasons: it's too small, too large, too far away, too hot, too cold, or hidden away somewhere the eye can't see. Extreme Photography takes the medium to the limits of possibility--and beyond human capability. Focusing on cutting-edge technology, Extreme Photography is a stunning showcase of what is photographically possible. From the invention of tiny spy cameras and those that can take photographs of our internal organs, to space photography, X-rays, time-lapse, temperature-resistant, and right-vision cameras, as well as cameras that can reproduce images of the human aura, this is the definitive guide to alternative image-making....

Title : Extreme Photography: The Hottest, Coldest, Fastest, Slowest, Nearest, Farthest, Brightest, Darkest, Largest, Smallest, Weirdest Images in the Universe...and How They Were Taken
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ISBN : 9782880467609
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 160 Pages
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Extreme Photography: The Hottest, Coldest, Fastest, Slowest, Nearest, Farthest, Brightest, Darkest, Largest, Smallest, Weirdest Images in the Universe...and How They Were Taken Reviews

  • Anton Klink
    2018-11-07 01:49

    Fascinating photos from all sorts of realms and using techniques many of us haven't even heard of. Highly recommended to science and photo fans.