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Article
July 1960

Eye, Film and Camera in Color Photography

Arch Ophthalmol. 1960;64(1):166. doi:10.1001/archopht.1960.01840010168030

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Abstract

Many ophthalmologists will find this book valuable as an aid in the photography of eye diseases. On the other hand, the book contains much more than technical information on how to create good photographs and includes much of the psychophysiology of vision. A whole chapter is devoted to how we see things. A listing of the subtopics follows:

There follows a similar chapter on how the camera sees things. The author is the director of the Color Technology Division of Eastman Kodak, and is the author of "An Introduction to Color," printed in 1948, and a co-author of "The Principles of Color Photography," which appeared in 1953.

The illustrations are beautifully reproduced, particularly those in color.

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