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Since "Digital Imaging" was first published, numerous improvements and changes in resolution and quality of imaging have been made and this book includes the most up-to-date developments. With the increase in diversity of cameras and their consequent reduction in price, "The Digital Image" becomes an even more important book to guide readers through the terminology and developments.
With the increase in diversity of cameras has come a reduction in price, but the user needs to be aware of the capability of a particular camera when being sought for a specific use. More than ever, The Digital Image is an important book to guide readers through the terminology, developments and applications which together provide an overview that will inform users of imaging technology.
Ron Graham, RPS Journal. every student should read it, every photographer should own it, and every lecturer and journalist should know its contents inside out. -Jon Tarrant, British Journal of Photography. Graham Saxby served in the Royal Air Force (RAF) for 27 years, the first 19 in the trade of photographer, where he undertook almost every possible form of assignment. After being commissioned into the Education Branch, he was Officer Commanding Photographic Science Flight at the RAF School of Photography at Cosford for seven years.
He has done important work in scheduling theory, computational geometry, Ramsey theory, and quasi-randomness.
Graham Saxby proves to us in his brilliantly written and well-structured book that many essential topics of such a broad and comprehensive . It's the best book I have read on the subject at this level. Ron Graham, RPS Journal.
Graham Saxby proves to us in his brilliantly written and well-structured book that many essential topics of such a broad and comprehensive field can be squeezed into 352 pages. In my opinion, anyone having an interest on current imaging technologies should read it to extend their knowledge or to develop a broad vision on the field. it is definitely suitable as a complementary textbook for undergraduate courses on imaging and optical technologies. It can as well be used as a reference book for any interested reader to learn the specific terminology in the field.