IDENTIFY COPY AND COPY CAMERAS
1-2. The term "copy photography" is usually considered to be photography of
flat material. Things like charts, maps, diagrams, photographs, documents, and
drawings when photographed are said to be copied. Even though all photography
is really a reproduction of the original, the word reproduction is taken to
mean "copy". The term "copy", therefore, is accepted to mean "reproduction of
a two-dimensional original".
35mm format is most commonly
used to produce 35mm color or black
and white (B/W) slides by copying
charts, maps or any other flat
This can be done
with most types of 35mm cameras.
transparencies, the equipment best
suited for this is the 35mm REPRONAR
This equipment will
provide copy with a minimum loss of
detail and colors.
include a special purpose camera, an
easel with slide and filter holders,
an electronic flashlight source, a
transparency viewing light, and an
adjustable exposure calculator.
specifics of copier the REPRONAR
later in this lesson.