This chapter discusses six main topics. They are all imaging techniques that deviate from the ‘usual’ techniques discussed up to this point. They may require particular skills, material and apparatus such as special filters, films or sensors, dedicated lenses, viewing devices, etc. Infrared (IR) photography, ultraviolet (UV) reflectance and UV fluorescence photography are used often to determine properties in captured scenes that are not distinct enough or even invisible under visible light. Underwater photography needs specialized waterproof equipment. Panoramic photographs can be created using an array of techniques and equipment, from conventional ...

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