Technical Photography Filters set
Technical Photography Filters Set is composed of 4 scientific filters (52 mm thread). They are essential for Technical Photography (TP) – a collection of broadband spectral images realized with a full spectrum digital camera (covering the 360-1100 nm spectral range). In our Technical Photography (TP) Training module we illustrate how to use these filters to produce technical photos such as IR (Infrared), UVF (UV Fluorescence), UVR (UV Reflected), IRFC (Infrared False Color) and IRF (IR Fluorescence). These images reveal information such as underdrawing, pentimenti and retouches. They can enhance the reading of faded documents and provide a tentative identification of pigments.
The Technical Photography Filters Set can be used with ANY full spectrum digital camera.
Quick release adapters. Prolong life of your lenses and filters
The filters set comes with quick release adapters which make easy, safe and effortless to change filters on your lenses. These magnetic snap-on adapters free you from the tedium of changing filters and the wearing out of the threads on the filters and on the lenses. They do not harm the camera and the lenses, as well as the focus mechanisms, media cards, drives and other electronics.
Publications using Technical Photography Filters Set
|Publications on Technical Photography|
|A. Cosentino “ A practical guide to Panoramic Multispectral Imaging" e-Conservation Magazine, 25, 64–73, 2013.|
|A. Cosentino “Ipad e tablet per l’indagine multispettrale di opera d’arte” Archeomatica, 2, 6–10, 2013.|
|A. Cosentino, M. Gil, M. Ribeiro, R. Di Mauro "Technical Photography for mural paintings: the newly discovered frescoes in Aci Sant’Antonio (Sicily, Italy)” Conservar Património 20, 23–33, 2014.|
|S. Stout, A. Cosentino, C. Scandurra “Non-invasive materials analysis using Portable X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) in the Examination of Two Mural Paintings in the Catacombs of San Giovanni, Syracuse” Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection, M. Ioannides et al. (Eds.): EuroMed 2014, LNCS 8740, 697–705, 2014.|
|A. Cosentino, S. Stout "Photoshop and Multispectral Imaging for Art Documentation” e-Preservation Science, 11, 91–98, 2014.|
|A. Cosentino, M.C. Caggiani, G. Ruggiero, F. Salvemini “Panoramic Multispectral Imaging: Training and Case studies” Belgian Association of conservators Bulletin, 2nd Trimester, 7–11, 2014.|
|A. Cosentino “Identification of pigments by multispectral imaging a flowchart method” Heritage Science, 2:8, 2014.|
|A. Cosentino, S. Stout, R di Mauro, C. Perondi “The Crucifix Chapel of Aci Sant’Antonio: Newly Discovered Frescoes” Archeomatica, 2, 36–42, 2014.|
|A. Cosentino “Practical notes on ultraviolet technical photography for art examination” Conservar Património 21, 53-62, 2015.|
|A. Cosentino "Effects of Different Binders on Technical Photography and Infrared Reflectography of 54 Historical Pigments” International Journal of Conservation Science, 6 (3), 287-298, 2015.|
|A. Cosentino "Indagine diagnostica multispettrale sugli affreschi” in "La Nunziatella sopra Mascali", ed. G. Buda. Soprintendenza ai BB.CC e Ambientali di Catania. Palermo, 2015.|
|A. Cosentino, C. L. Koch Dandolo, A. Cristaudo, P. Uhd Jepsen "Pre and post Conservation Diagnostic on a 14th Century Gilded Icon from Taormina, Sicily
” e-Conservation Journal, 3, 27-40, 2015.
|A. Cosentino "Infrared Technical Photography for Art Examination” e-Preservation Science, 13, 1-6, 2016.|
|A. Cosentino "Scientific examination of Cultural Heritage raises awareness in local communities” Science Education and Civil Engagement, 8:1, 15-20, 2016.|
|A. Cosentino, M. Sgarlata, C. Scandurra, S. Stout, M. Galizia, C. Santagati “Multidisciplinary investigations on the byzantine oratory of the Catacombs of Saint Lucia in Syracuse” 2015 Digital Heritage, Granada, 137-140, 2015.|
|A. Cosentino, Giovanni Calvagna, Giuseppe Calvagna, C. Calvagna, C. L. Dandolo, P. Uhd Jepsen “L’Annunciazione ritrovata. Nunziata di Mascali, Sicilia” Archeomatica 1, 44-48 2016.|