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Laboratory Imaging & Photography by Michael Peres

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Chapter 14Applications of Computational Photography for Scientist Photographers

 

 

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This photograph features a human cerebrum in coronal view. An average human brain is 140 mm or 5.5 inches in width. Image courtesy of Michael R. Peres.

Making a new picture that is created using other pictures is not a completely new idea, but because of how good the results can be when using contemporary digital practices and software, people have become spoiled in what is expected. In the film era, the tiling of smaller prints to make a larger print was not unheard of either. Great skills were needed to expose and develop the film in the same way creating ...

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