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  • 1Photography — is the art, science and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor or chemically by means of a light sensitive material such as photographic… …

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  • 2Technical diving — Technical diver during a decompression stop. Technical diving (sometimes referred to as Tec diving) is a form of scuba diving that exceeds the scope of recreational diving (although the vast majority of technical divers dive for recreation and… …

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  • 3photography, history of — Introduction       method of recording the image of an object through the action of light, or related radiation, on a light sensitive material. The word, derived from the Greek photos (“light”) and graphein (“to draw”), was first used in the… …

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  • 4Photography and the law — A No Photography sign, commonly placed in properties where the owner objects to or it is illegal to take photographs (though in some jurisdictions, this is not a legal requirement). Photography tends to be protected by the law through copyright… …

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  • 5photography, technology of — Introduction       equipment, techniques, and processes used in the production of photographs.  The most widely used photographic process is the black and white negative–positive system (Figure 1 >). In the camera the lens projects an image of… …

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  • 6Photography in Denmark — Peter Faber: Ulfeldts Plads (1840), Denmark s oldest photograph on record …

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  • 7photography —    Photographic societies began to flourish in Spain around 1900. Between 1839, when the first daguerreotype in Spain was developed in Barcelona by Ramon Alabern, and the second half of the nineteenth century, when photography came to be used for …

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  • 8Technical Pan — Infobox Photographic film name = Technical Pan maker = Eastman Kodak type = p process = Gelatin silver bw = yes speed = 25/15° format = 35 mm, 120, 4×5 in grain = Ultrafine stop = 2004Technical Pan was a panchromatic black and white film produced …

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  • 9Reciprocity (photography) — In photography and holography, reciprocity refers to the inverse relationship between the intensity and duration of light that determines exposure of light sensitive material. Within a normal exposure range for film stock, for example, the… …

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  • 10Hemispherical photography — Hemispherical photography, also known as fisheye or canopy photography, is a technique to estimate solar radiation and characterize plant canopy geometry using photographs taken looking upward through an extreme wide angle lens (Rich 1990).… …

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  • 11History of photography — The first permanent photograph was an image produced in 1826[1] by the French inventor Joseph Nicéphore Niépce.[2] …

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  • 12Exposure (photography) — Underexposure redirects here. For the 2005 film by Oday Rasheed, see Underexposure (2005 film). A long exposure showing stars rotating around the southern and northern celestial poles. Credit: European Southern Observatory …

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  • 13Digital versus film photography — has been a topic of debate since the invention of digital cameras towards the end of the 20th Century. Both digital and film photography have advantages and drawbacks.[1][2] 21st century photography is dominated by digital operation, but the… …

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  • 14Desi wedding photography — Arrival of the bridegroom, dressed as a prince. Night time outdoor flash photography Desi wedding photography is the photography of activities relating to Indian and other South Asian weddings. Indian weddings are a Rs. 800 billion industry,… …

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  • 15Color photography — Color film redirects here. For the motion picture equivalent, see Color motion picture film. A circa 1850 Hillotype photograph of a colored engraving. Long believed to be a complete fraud, recent testing found that Levi Hill s process did… …

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  • 16High speed photography — [ Eadweard Muybridge, first published in 1887.] High Speed Photography is the science of taking pictures of very fast phenomena. In 1948, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) defined high speed photography as any set of… …

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  • 17Panoramic photography — is a format of photography that aims to create images with exceptionally wide fields of view, but has also come to refer to any photograph that is cropped to a relatively wide aspect ratio ( see Panoramic format ) While there is no formal… …

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  • 18No. 1 School of Technical Training — No.1 School of Technical Training (No. 1 S of TT) is the Royal Air Force s aircraft engineering school, based at RAF Halton from 1919 to 1993, as the Home of the Aircraft Apprentice scheme. The Aircraft Apprentice scheme trained young men in the… …

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  • 19Nimbus (technical festival) — Nimbus Organisation type Student run non profit organisation Founded 2004 Place Hamirpur, India NIT, Hamirpu …

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  • 20British photography — refers to the tradition of photographic work undertaken by committed photographers and photographic artists in the British Isles. This includes those notable photographers from Europe who have made their home in Britain and contributed so… …

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