Pinhole Photography (Illustration 4th Edition)
Author: (US) with Eric Renner, Mao Weidong translation Published: 2012
What is the magic of pinhole images, which makes people fascinated by these blurred, distorted, and strange colors? From the 1980s to the present, the author has been searching with his own confusion. His research scope covers religion, astronomy, psychology, optics, high-energy physics, art history, and contemporary art theory. The book thoroughly explores the historical roots, theory and practical application of pinhole photography. The first three chapters explain the principle, origin, and history of pinholes; the fourth to seventh chapters describe the theoretical techniques and practical applications of pinhole photography in detail, and also introduce the "close relatives" of pinholes-zone film photography; eight and nine chapters describe This chapter covers the digital application techniques of pinhole photography; the appendix provides extensive and comprehensive information resources. The book's color images show the charm of the most original and imaginative pinhole photography. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced photographer or a researcher in image vision, you can find the answer you want in "Pinhole Photography: From Traditional Techniques to Digital Applications (Illustration 4th Edition)".
Contents Acknowledgement Contents Chapter 1 The history of pinholes in the exploration of science and ideology Most of the visual images we see are directly related to the innate consciousness or thinking mode born by s, and science has affixed these modes to " Primitive Imagery ". Many pinhole photography in the book, as well as my own opinions on these images, reflect this concept.
1.1 The original image of pinholes-the original image of dark caves and pinholes
1.2 Early pinhole optics-eclipse, chronograph, astrolabe and optical phenomena
1.3 Black Box and Human Cognition
1.4 Italian Renaissance church noon mark
Pinhole diffraction interference in 1,5 light wave theory
1.6 Pinholes and eyes
1.7 Study of the Best Pinholes
1.8 Pinhole Imaging in High-Energy Physics in the 20th Century Chapter 2 Pinhole History in the Exploration of Art Since then, this principle has been used by researchers for light research. Choosing the right diameter allows the images projected by the pinholes to appear clearly on walls, floors and ceilings.
2.1 Brunelleschi's Pinhole Perspective
2.2 Alberti's First Diffraction Camera
2.3 Alberti's Cross Grid
2.4 Leonardo Da Vinci
2.5 Deformation-the confusion of the eyes
2.6 The earliest pinhole photography in art history
2.7 Prevalence of pinhole imaging in early pictorial photography: George Davidson
2.8 August Strindberg
2.9 Pinhole technology gradually disappeared in the early 20th century Chapter 3. The revival of pinhole photography The shocking light was projected into the cave, or reflected on the wall that disturbed the first generation of Arab thinkers-also on my light sensitive paper.
3.1 Rebirth (1960-1990)
Chapter 4 The body as a camera, the room becomes a dark box. Making and using such simple things is exciting and can evoke the innocence of the heart. ... why use a pinhole camera? With this question in mind, I started thinking about pinhole photography, and I have been thinking about it for the first 40 years of my life. In the end, I came up with an explanation: because pinhole shooting is a long-term way to maintain self-cultivation.
4.1 Body as a camera
4.2 Room-size black box solidification time: Black Box Project Heritage Plan: Large Photos Chapter 5 Basic Guide to Pinhole Photography Essentially, a pinhole is a very precise light leak, usually a small round hole in a thin metal sheet It is about the size of the smallest sewing needle. Because pinhole photography is mostly intuitive, beginners of pinhole photography do not necessarily need a viewfinder, light meter, or expensive camera.
5.1 Basic Guide to Pinhole Photography
5.2 Add materials required for camera Add pinholes Install pinholes and paint the camera's inner wall black ...
Chapter 6 Advanced Guide to Pinhole Photography Chapter 7 Non-Traditional Optical Apertures: Band Plate and Fissure Imaging Chapter 8 Digital Imaging Using Pinholes, Zone Plates and Non-Traditional Methods Chapter 9 Changing Pinhole Photography Appendix Postscript of available resources