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photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Driffield

Ferdinand Hurter

photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Driffield

by Ferdinand Hurter

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Published by Morgan & Morgan in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photography -- Research.,
  • Photography -- Periodicals.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by W. B. Ferguson ; new introd. by Walter Clark.
    ContributionsDriffield, Vero Charles, 1848-1915, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTR7 .H83 1974
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 374 p. :
    Number of Pages374
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5071691M
    ISBN 100871000822
    LC Control Number74081184

    The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Driffield by Ferdinand Hurter; Sea Energy Agriculture by Maynard Murray; Ullmann's encyclopedia of industrial chemistry. Vol.A10, Ethanolamines to fibers, 4. synthetic organic by Fritz Ullmann; Industrial Organic Chemicals, 2nd Edition by Harold A. Wittcoff. They also invent a photographic exposure estimation device known as an actinograph. In , William Bates Ferguson edits a memorial volume: The Photographic Researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Driffield: Being a Reprint of Their Published Papers, Together With a History of Their Early Work & a Bibliography of Later Work on the Same Subject.

    A Memorial Volume containing an account of the Photographic Researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero. C. Driffield. London: Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, [?]. Irmas, Deborah. The Photographic Magic of William Mortensen. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, page booklet, illustrated, checklist. The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. by Ferdinand Hurter (8 copies) Photography year (7 copies) U.S. Camera (4 copies) Photography year book by Norman Hall (3 copies) US Camera International Annual, by Tom Maloney (3 copies) The Journal of imaging science and technology (2 copies).

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Get this from a library. The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Driffield. [Ferdinand Hurter; Vero C Driffield; W B Ferguson; Walter Clark] -- This facsimile reprint includes the scientists' most important papers, lists of apparatus and notebooks in the Hurter and Driffield collection at the Royal Photographic Society, biographical and.

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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. Sensitometry is the scientific study of light-sensitive materials, especially photographic study has its origins in the work by Ferdinand Hurter and Vero Charles Driffield (circa ) with early black-and-white emulsions.

They determined how the density of silver produced varied with the amount of light received, and the method and time of development.

The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Driffield by Hurter, Ferdinand. Morgan & Morgan, Loose Leaf. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.

All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner. Bibliography: p. A memorial volume containing an account of the photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield ; being a reprint of their published papers, together with a history of their early work and a Pages: Ferdinand Hurter (–) and Vero Charles Driffield (–) were nineteenth-century photographic scientists who brought quantitative scientific practice to photography through the methods of sensitometry and densitometry.

Among their other innovations was a photographic exposure estimation device known as an actinograph.[cite book | title = The Photographic. - Vero Charles Driffield - The Actinograph, A Paper read before the Liverpool Amateur Photographic Society, 25th April,The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield (Unknown Binding) by Ferdinand Hurter, ISBN:Page: The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Driffield / edited by W. Ferguson ; new introd. by Walter Clark. Uniform Title. Memorial volume containing an account of the photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield Author. Hurter, Ferdinand, Other Authors. Get this from a library. A memorial volume containing an account of the photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield: being a reprint of their published papers, together with a history of their early work and a bibliography of later work on the same subject. [Ferdinand Hurter; Vero C Driffield; W B Ferguson; Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain.]. Ferdinand Hurter also took an interest in photography, collaborating in research with Vero Charles Driffield, an engineer at the Gaskell-Deacon works.

Together they published many papers. They were jointly awarded the Progress Medal of the Royal Photographic Society in The results of their research revolutionised photography. Personality. Resources by Vero C. Driffield (4) A memorial volume containing an account of the photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield ; being a reprint of their published papers, together with a history of their early work and a bibliography of later work on the same subje. Read the book before you judge their accuracy. Besides, no one asked for an accurate assay. The original poster wanted an estimate of how much silver could be recovered from film.

The book is: "The Photographic Researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Driffield" edited by W. ferguson, published by The Royal Photographic Society Of Great Britain. The First Hurter and Driffield Memorial Lecture. and. The Photographic Researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield. By W. Ferguson. - London - Harrison and Sons; The Royal Photographic Society. 10" by ", 17; pp. Driffield's population is 11, This is a very serious complication, and has never hitherto been scientifically dealt with, a satisfactory unit of speed never having been found."—Vero Charles Driffield, The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield, Sensitometry is the scientific study of light-sensitive materials, especially photographic film. Ferdinand Hurter has written: 'The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield' -- subject(s): Periodicals, Photography, Research. A memorial volume containing an account of the photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield ; being a reprint of their published papers, together with a history of their early work and a bibliography of later work on the same subject ; ([London] The Royal photographic society of Great Britain, []), by Ferdinand Hurter.

if you want to see more of their work, i highly suggest the following book: W. Ferguson, The Photographic Researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C. Drieffield, Morgan & Morgan, Facsimile Edition, In the first half of the 20th century further valuable in-depth photographic research was conducted.

It was clear that such a matter must be governed by a law of nature and with the object in view, therefore, of reducing exposure to a system we made up our minds to work together at the subject."—Vero Charles Driffield, The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero C.

Driffield,   We wanted an estimate within an order of magnitude. If we were had been living in the time of H&D, we would have got at least 36 mg per square centimeters, or per square meter.

I got this information from a memorial volume, "The Photographic Researches of Ferdinand Hurter and Vero C. Driffield". Book review Full text access The photographic researches of Ferdinand Hurter and Vero C. Driffield: being a reprint of their published papers, together with a review of their earlier work and a bibliography of their later work.Papers from a colloquium London, 15th December Edited by Isabella Sandwell and Janet Huskinson.

Pp. v+ incl. 22 figs. Oxford: Oxbow Books, £24 (paper). 1 X.Ferdinand Hurter and Vero Charles Driffield begin systematic evaluation of sensitivity characteristics of photographic emulsions — the science of sensitometry. They also invent a photographic exposure estimation device known as an actinograph.

InWilliam Bates Ferguson edits a memorial volume: The Photographic Researches of Ferdinand Hurter & Vero .