2 edition of Recent advances in the evaluation of the photographic image. found in the catalog.
Recent advances in the evaluation of the photographic image.
Symposium on Recent Advances in the Evaluation of the Photographic Image, Boston 1971
|Contributions||Nisenson, Peter, Society of Photographic Scientists and Engineers|
|LC Classifications||TR220 S94 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
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