I hear photographers talk about the inverse-square law, particularly with reference to lighting. What is this law about, and most importantly, how is it applied to lighting for photography?
The more I read about this, the more confused I become. Illuminance, as I understand it, measured in lux, is the perceived brightness of light on a surface. It's what you'd measure with an incident ...
I am looking for books about the physics of DSLR, including modern photography optics and sensor electronics. If I already have some books on optics and electronics, I have found fairly hard to find ...
I have a simple microscope, with only one lens (though two eyepieces). Is there any way to do this, without too much money and modification?
So, I was hanging out in the chat room, and hear mention of something called "Solid Angle". What is this, and how can it be important?