D

Darkroom diary, 99 Dater, Judy, 254 Davis, Iris, 211-213 Dedicated film scanners, 122 Densitometer, 6,250 Density effect of development on, 14 film base plus fog, 23,100 highlight, 6-7,12,13 measurement of, 6 shadow, 6-7,13-16,75 Depth of field, 266 Detail, zones as, 20,23

Developer, 16,84,98-107,114,201, 202-203, 211-213, 260 Agfa Rodinal, 98, 202 compensating, 219 dilution of, 205 Edwal FG-7,102, 202 compensating, 219 dilution of, 218 fine-grain, 201 general-purpose, 202 Ilford Perceptol, 106, 201,203 Kodak D-23,201,219 Kodak D-76,103, 202,218 Kodak HC-110, 203,218,219 Kodak T-Max, 97,104,105, 202, 203, 204,

212,213 Kodak T-Max RS, 105,203

questions and answers about, 107 testing method, 207-211 Development, 2,10,12,13,14,47 correct time for, 16,19,67 extreme expansion and contraction, 96-97,

214-215 inspection, 221

Normal Minus (N-), 17, 59-63,96,97,150 Normal Plus (N+), 18, 55-59,96,97,149 of roll film, 69-70,97,102-106

questions and answers about, 100-101 tank vs. tray, 205 two-bath, 214, 220 water bath, 214, 220 Development time charts, 100,102-106 Diaphragm, 266 Dichroic fog, 203 Diffusion enlarger, 222 Digital banding, 134

minimization, principles for, 134 Digital gradation, 119

rubber strip, 133 Digital image resolution optimizing, 121-122 Digital imagery, 244 Digital images, 117-121 high quality, 118 low quality, 118 Digital image sensor pixels, 189-190 Digital Linear Effect, 195-199 Digital noise, 113,151,172 Digital photography, ix, 5, 76,108 cardinal rules, 113,114,115,122,154,172 digital contrast control, 148 digital exposure and bit depth, 127-138 exposing for highlights, 138-148 exposure, 113-114 and film photography, 112-116 process, 112

similarities and differences, 112 ISO selection, 112-113 limits, 150-153 pixels, 116-122 printing, 115-116 processing, 114-115 scanning process, 123-127 structure and understanding, 109-111 assumptions, 111 automatic alternative, 110 color management, 110 scanning, 110-111 teaching approach, 111

Digital raw, 114 Dilution, 16, 77, 205 DIN numbers, 223 Dodging, 260

Dots per inch (DPI), 123,190

Drivers, 180

Drying, 261-263

DX code-reading systems, 75

Dynamic range, 6,133,151-152,158,161

Digital Cameras For Beginners

Digital Cameras For Beginners

Although we usually tend to think of the digital camera as the best thing since sliced bread, there are both pros and cons with its use. Nothing is available on the market that does not have both a good and a bad side, but the key is to weigh the good against the bad in order to come up with the best of both worlds.

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