It also politely prompts users to rephotograph
moles every 30 days so changes can be recorded.
"I wanted to take the portraits back to the old colliery sites and rephotograph
them," said Tiley.
"If you really wanted to look at a picture to investigate fine details at the moment without this technology, you would be hard pressed to see any detail on current archive photos - and may need to rephotograph
," said Dr Martinez.
Now I have a project to rephotograph
Oman today and to do a large book showing the old pictures and the new pictures.
John Knoebel revisited the spot nearly forty years later to rephotograph
the site without human subjects, thus proving the location as noted (Figure 7).
Photography is appropriation, and the only syntactical clue we have when Munz and Nikol rephotograph
images is a lack of sharpness (they obviously weren't carrying a macro lens) and occasionally the hint of back-reflexion or a gutter in a double-page photo, in one case, retouched out.
In planning an approach, they could rephotograph
the model from any direction, giving pilots an exact picture of what to expect.
With some signs he has developed personal connections and returns to the same sites to rephotograph
Since he's already been to the bridges and noted the areas that may need repair, he said it would probably only take two days to retrace his steps and rephotograph
The court stressed that prison officials could rephotograph
inmates or perform beard searches without significant cost increases or security risks.(54) Fourth, the aforementioned rephotographing and searching were easy alternatives to the one inch beard regulation.(55) Thus, the district court concluded that the regulation failed the O'Lone test and was unconstitutional.
"It would be good to rephotograph
them today on the same format camera, i.e.
Before he purchased the optical printer, he experimented with replicating the effect using various methods to rephotograph