Optical basis of Photography 2

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307EFOZ2 ZK 2 26S English summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

The aim of this subject is to try and verify in practice theoretical knowledge acquired in subjects such as the Physical and Chemical Fundamentals of Photography by solving concrete tasks. Students will also learn how to use the technical equipment of the Photography Department, including methods of comparing images processed using analogue and digital technologies.

Mode of study

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Nejsou

Course contents

  1. The human eye and vision, binocular vision and the percepthion of depth
  2. Fundamental properties of light. Principles of geometrical and wave optics. Speed of light. Index of refraction, Total internal reflection. Fiber optics. Dispersion.
  3. Polarization. Linear and circular polarized light. Polarization due to reflection. Liquid crystal display.
  4. Interference. Youngś fringes. Constructive and destructive interference. Coherence. Thin films. Colors
  5. Stimulated emission. Spontaneous emission. Emission spectra. Luminiscence, fluorescene. Laser. LED, OLED Doppler shift.
  6. Light sources. Black body radiation. Correlated color temperature. Color rendering index. Photographic film. Mired.
  7. Camera and photography. Aperture, f- number. ISO, exposure time. Shutter. Rolling shutter. Crop factor and depth of field.
  8. Lenses. Spherical lenses. Focal length. Principal plane. Depth of field. Angel of view Manufacturing of lenses. Fresnel lens, Cylindrical lens, Anamorphic lens. Camera lens design
  9. Optical abberation
  10. MTF charts. Airy disk. Difraction limits. Contrast vs spatial frequency.
  11. Human color perception. Aditive and subtractive color mixing. Hue and saturation. Color Depth
  12. Pixel. Digital image. Camera sensors. Print size, pixel per inch x dots per inch, dithering. Type of printers
  13. Color management. Color spaces. Gamma. Gamut. ICC profile. Reference spaces. Color space conversion.
  14. Semiconductor. CCD and CMOS chips. SSD and HDD storages. Memory cards
  15. Holography. Transmission and reflection holograms

Lectured by: Mgr. Vladan Krumpl

Contact: 603512931, vladan.krumpl@famu.cz

Recommended or required reading

Recommended literature

David Falk, Dieter Brill, David Stork: Seeing the Light, 1986 by John Wiley and Sons. Inc.

Thomas D.Rossing, Christopher J. Chiaverina: Light Science, 1999 Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.

Evans, R.M.: An Introduction to Color (1948 - 6B 859, 1959 - 6B 757, 1965 - 6B 1214)

Evans, R.M.: Eye, Film and Camera in Color Photography (1959 - 6B 756)

Langford, M.J.: Advanced Photography (1972 - 6B 1350)

sborník Principles of Color Sensitometry (1955 - 6B 865)

www.wikipedia.org

Assessment methods and criteria

Evaluation

WS and SS - an exam: test and evaluation of the work presented by the student, the teacher will assess exact compliance with the assignment and the quality processing

Participation: the students will not be graded unless they have at least 80% attendance in the course.

Course web page

www.krumpl.cz/famu

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