Repeat Photography : Methods and Applications in the Natural Sciences Paperback / softback
Edited by Robert H. Webb, Diane E. Boyer, Raymond M. Turner
First developed in the 1880s, repeat photography remains an important and cost-effective technique for scientists working to track and study landscape change.
This volume explores the technical and geographic scope of this important technique. "Repeat Photography" demonstrates the wide range of potential applications, examines new techniques for acquiring data from repeat photography, and clearly shows that repeat photography remains a valuable, and cost-effective means of monitoring change in both developed and developing regions.
Over 100 sets of photographs serve as examples. Recent concerns about climate change and its effects on natural landscapes, combined with ongoing concerns about land-use practices, make this state-of-the-art review a timely contribution to the literature.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 392 pages
- Publisher: Island Press
- Publication Date: 01/12/2010
- Category: Photographic equipment & techniques
- ISBN: 9781597267137