Elementos de Macro y esterofotografía de interés en Paleontología

Juan C. Quiroga

Abstract


"General theory and practical procedures are exposed with the aim to help paleontologists to take their own photographs of the specimens they study. Emphasis is put on the theory as far as we believe it necessary in order to justify each practical procedure. General concepts
about the camera, optics and further close-up equipment are given, with special reference to
modern market materials. Allied procedures as lighting, whitening, immersion in liquids, etc., are dealt with less thoroughly and only as an introduction to the bibliography. In the same way are mentioned the photographic strategies for special paleontologic problems.
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