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# 1 - The Filmmaker’s Guide To Digital Imaging: For Cinematographers, Digital Imaging Technicians, And Camera Assistants

It’s a whole new world for cinematographers, camera assistants, and postproduction artists. New equipment, new methods, and new technologies have to be learned and mastered. New roles such as that of the DIT (Digital Imaging Technician), Digital Loader, and Data Manager are integral to today’s motion picture production process. Take your mastery of these new tools, techniques, and roles to the next level with this cutting-edge roadmap from esteemed author and filmmaker Blain Brown. The Filmmaker’s Guide to Digital Imaging covers both the theory and the practice, featuring full-color, in-depth coverage of essential terminology, technology, and industry-standard best-practices. Brown covers new…




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# 2 - Color Management & Quality Output: Working With Color From Camera To Display To Print: (the Digital Imaging Masters Series)

We have all felt the frustration of wasting time, paper, and effort when our prints or web images don’t match the images we see on our monitors. Fortunately, you’re holding the resource that will help solve these problems. This book guides you through the hardware settings and software steps you’ll need to post professional images and make stunning prints that showcase your artistic vision. In Color Management & Quality Output, Tom P. Ashe, a color expert and gifted teacher, shows you how to color manage your files from input all the way through output, by clearly explaining how color works…




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# 3 - Camera & Craft: Learning The Technical Art Of Digital Photography: (the Digital Imaging Masters Series)

#2 on Photo.net's list of Best Photography Books of 2014! To create successful imagery, you need to balance technical know-how and aesthetic vision. In Camera & Craft, we deconstruct photographic principles in new ways to help you think through your process. Together with nine guest photographers, we explore photographic practice and follow up with inventive exercises and demonstrations that challenge you to engage with your tools―all with the goal of helping you work more creatively. Along the way are conversations with our guest photographers that address each topic, from how the professionals work with clients and models to what they think…




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# 4 - Modeling The Imaging Chain Of Digital Cameras (spie Tutorial Text Vol. Tt92) (tutorial Texts In Optical Engineering)

The process by which an image is formed, processed, and displayed can be conceptualized as a chain of physical events called the imaging chain. By mathematically modeling the imaging chain, we can gain insight into the relationship between the camera design parameters and the resulting image quality. The mathematical models can also be used to optimize and assess the design of a camera for specific applications before expenditures are committed to building hardware. Modeling the Imaging Chain of Digital Cameras teaches the key elements of the end-to-end imaging chain for digital camera systems and describes how elements of the imaging…




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# 5 - Lowel Ego Digital Imaging, Tabletop Fluorescent Light Unit

Now anyone can create great looking professional results in their home. Lowel, the Academy Award winning world leader in location lighting for film & video, introduces a revolutionary tabletop fluorescent softlight, the elegant & easy touse Lowel Ego. Setup is a breeze, plug it in, place it on the table, & turn it on. The result is fast, simple, & beautiful light output that's ideal for taking digital tabletop shots by collectors, arts & crafts hobbiests, sellers, archivists, and desktop publishers. Ego can also be used for DV talking head shots, digital still portraits, and webcam desktop video conferencing. Lowel…


  • Lowel Ego makes beautiful tabletop pictures a breeze to light.
  • With no prior experience, you can quickly & easily create professional results. Shoot pictures that have depth, subtlety of shading, and character.
  • Perfect for: Tabletop photos for collectors & sellers. Video talking heads & portraits. Webcam light.
  • Easy to use, set it on the table, & plug it in.
  • Works with any household 120 volt outlet.