Abstract

The treatment of a photograph as a communication channel is reviewed. The characteristics that are peculiar to photography, such as adjacency effects and the double function of the emulsion as light diffuser and transducer, are emphasized, and the diverse standpoints from which quality can be appraised are pointed out.

© 1964 Optical Society of America

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