Questions related to History of Photography
I address this dilemma to historians and anthropologists. Is it or is it not beneficial to colorize archival photographs using artificial intelligence? When I first discovered this possibility it all seemed beneficial, but after reading more I also saw ethical challenges. I am interested in the perspective of historians and anthropologists, and I am looking for further literature recommendations.
Yes, the 21st century can be called the age of photography, graphics, image, etc. because this form of transmission begins to dominate the Internet. In addition, photography can be cultivated and developed professionally or as a hobby, as art, i.e. artistically.
In my opinion, photography can be an art if it is practiced with passion etc. Sometimes a photo that qualifies for the artistic picture of the year is created by chance, like a unique impression captured in light photography.
Impression captured in a complete photograph, accidentally and unchangeable.
Another time, such an exceptional artistic picture arises after many weeks or months of preparation, after many rehearsals, in a unique place, which is not easy to reach and is a big undertaking.
It seems to me that it is similar to many other fields of art.
In view of the above, the current question is: Do you think photography can be art?
Please, answer, comments. I invite you to the discussion.
Dear collegues! I'm interested in the following questions: 1) why the floor of the pulp chamber is a dark? 2) Normal temperature of the vital pulp? It would be perfect if you name the researchers or publications. T
hanks in advance, Inna.
i am trying to first immersed my membrane in water and then trying to placed the oil droplet to find underwater oleophobicity but as i placed the oil, it spreads
I want to identify plastic, glass and cold drink tin bottles automatically by an embedded device.
Can any provide me about the any sensor or strategy for detecting items made from glass, plastic and cold drink tin.
Waiting for reply.
Im am currently conduct a research on reliability of sensibility test :thermal and electric pulp test(EPT).
Now a days people claim that many problems can be solved using remote sensing technique. Some of the information claimed to be possible are below 10 to 100 metres below ground level. For example; depth to water table; water quality; bore well locations; etc. Some of these claims are so expressive that it makes one to believe that remote sensing is a replacement to field investigations, but it is a supplement or compliment to field investigations, in my opinion. Though we understand that remote sensing is based on reflectance of radiation from the earth surface, through which technique or images these depth related information can be obtained ? Also what is the maximum depth to which remote sensing technique can be applied AND what are the type of depth related information can be gathered?
May I know the best way to do make a simple light sheet for a sample of 1cm x 1cm ?
I have a camera with telelens, so the way to obtain the image might not be a problem for me. But I am not so sure how to get the light sheet plane (as in attachment).
I have already tried to use a lamp and small slit from hard paper to put in front of the lamp. It is to allow only the plane of light to pass through.
But they are a lot of problems
(e.g. (1) the light plane does not bright enough to pass through my sample and give me a clear image,
(2) the light plane is actually come out in the same shape of light source (my light source does not have a perfect linear alignment)).
May I have your recommendations in this?
(1) Which item could be suitable for a light source for this application? (possibly provide Item No. and Brand of the product)
(2) Any recommendation for lens ?, can I use the normal lens
(3) If you know any company which is able to provide simple setup for this, but it is not too expensive, it will be very appreciated.
Hello. Our lab is looking to do similar non-invasive monitoring of plant tissue culture medium. Could you tell me what kind of sensors you plan on using?
I am not familiar with C++(but I want to learn it), for image processing purposes I am use MATLAB and it is usually enough for me. For whih image processing purposes C++ can have advantage over the MATLAB?
I have a query. Is it possible to make fine holes in cylindrical pipes about 10 microns apart. The holes need to be separated by 10 microns measured from circumference. The diameter is not a major concern. What are the techniques that can be used?
Thank you very much for the help!
For fieldwork this year. Brand with a UK supplier would be useful but not essential.
Hello friends !!
I have a problem in understanding of the difference between those technologies, may you help me. I am looking for videos if you can.
Need some basic things like autoclave, fumehood, centrifuge, PCR (maybe), etc. Setting up a lab at a brewery, so don't need state-of-the-art stuff just reliable equipment for doing quality control.
I face the following problem – I have assembled an prototype of test site on a universal breadboard  and then introduced some changes. Now there is a short between digital ground and supply voltage, causing 7805 stabiliser to cut-off the +5 V output.
What is the best way to find which net is causing the short?
 Test site mounted on breadboard (refer to image)
I am looking for current challenges in the "Network Steganography", particularly in the upper layers, Network Layer and Transport layer.
Does anybody know the current issues with Network Steganography? Any material, insight, or personal/expert opinion would be much appreciated before diving into the details.
Thank you so much in advance.
I would appreciate any advice on how to properly photograph yellow-painted luminescent sand particles (in order to detect sand movement in the laboratory tank). I have Panasonic Lumix camera and I have done few small-scaled photos. Now I want to filter the background blue light from the UV-lamp. What kind of yellow filter do I need? Which one is better? Is it possible to by one in the regular shop or do I need to get some special equipment?
Although I have collected some data on that. NMAD for mosquito control aerosol, body spray and air freshener are 0.7 to 3 micron, 0.3 to 0.4 micron, and less than 0.5 microns respectively. But I am not sure on that. So, can anybody provide me the exact data with references?
I would like to know what are the modern process techniques for the production of Cultured Marbles and Solid surfaces like Corian.
I need to conduct an image processing analysis in a research, but at the moment, I do not need details and just a general idea about displacements will be sufficient. So, I am looking for a simple image processing software and method which does not need advanced cameras and setups. Does anybody have an idea about the Image processing on images taken by conventional imaging devices? What about the software?
Several years ago I bought a TRAC from Mike (?) @ 3rd wave (?) to use for my dissertation research. Since starting my scientist position at BNL I have been trying to order another for my RS lab. However After more than a year of trying to find out how to get another I haven't heard back. Is it possible to still buy one of these devices, or get the specs to build one? I ask as it would be great to collect this data with HemiPhotos at our research sites.
Also, as for HemiPhoto gear, I used to use the DHP recommended Nikon camera but wonder if there is a suggestion for new hardware?
I am going to be using a very basic BRUV (baited remote underwater video) setup for my upcoming masters degree. Is there free software about that will allow me to upload the video for it to measure fish length?
Does anyone know where to find small thin (around max 6 cm thick total) heating stages. I want to measure real time depth recovery under my microscope but the space between the lens and actual space is too small to put the regular hot plates.
We are developing ways to compare before and after photos in leg vein treatments. We have been using two iPads and later the Lightroom software from Adobe. The quantification is made with other doctors looking at both photos and telling if here is clearing of 0-25%, 25-50%, 50-70% or 75-100%. I've seen some Softwares that calculate automatically the color change but as the leg is a tubular structure, a tiny little change of angle and/or light will affect the measure. What is your opinion? I really believe that the scoring by human eyes may be more reliable and cost effective.
Is there any way to achieve micrometer resoluted temperature distribution, for example by an infrared detector attached to a microscope?
I am looking for a material that resembles the characteristics of human skin, specifically the thermal characteristics of the surface.
I would like use annular illumination with a LEDs ring illuminator or a optical fibers (a bundle) for an uniform (or relatively) of a surface (disk) of about few cm diameter?
I am using 3D anaglyph images of selected insects (and parts of their bodies) prepared on the basis of SEM micrographs. The idea is to present in quite easy and inexpensive way static images, that you can watch on your monitor screen, in your smartphone or in your book with the use of cheap anaglyph glasses, I am ready to share my experience/know your experience.
I am looking for raw data (but also articles or other kind of works) regarding skelton measurements of Esox (E. lucius preferred but not only)