Photography of fossils

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Photography of fossils Introduction If we look at the two pictures below, it is clear that we prefer the first. The sea urchin is clear and the small details are visible, allowing for a correct determination. The second picture, however, cannot be used. Yet, many pictures of this sort show up at the forum regularly. Generally, the problems can be attributed to under exposure of the object or the incorrect use of camera.
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This manual will, guided by examples, show you how to quickly create a setup with limited means to photograph your fossils. 1 Word Clarification Pixel: A digital photograph is made up out of a number of squares with an even color. We call these squares pixels . If a picture consists of more pixels, the picture will show more detail but will also occupy more disk space. In the example below, the picture is enlarged so that you can see the individual pixels. Resolution: Represents the number of pixels per square centimeter in a picture. The more pixels your picture contains, the more detail a picture can have, but it will also
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course GLY GLY1100 taught by Professor Jaymuza during the Spring '10 term at Broward College.

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