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Patent US20140078259 - Light field image capture device and image sensor

Patent US20140078259 - Light field image capture device and image sensor | Photography | Scoop.it
An image sensor 2 includes: a photoelectric conversion layer 1 d including a plurality of photosensitive cells; a reflective layer 1 c that reflects light that has been transmitted through the photoelectric conversion layer 1 d; a micro lens layer 1 a that includes a plurality of micro lenses that are arranged between the photoelectric conversion layer 1 d and the reflective layer 1 c; and a transmitted light controlling layer 1 b that is arranged between the photoelectric conversion layer 1 d and the reflective layer 1 c and that is able to change optical transmittance in accordance with an instruction given by a controller. The micro lens layer 1 a is arranged so that light that has been transmitted through one of the photosensitive cells and then reflected from the reflective layer 1 c is incident on the same photosensitive cell again.
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The Concerned Image-Maker | Pixiq

The Concerned Image-Maker | Pixiq | Photography | Scoop.it
Concerned Photography is a subdivision of Social Documentary whereby humanitarian consideration is the primary theme. Concerned photographers are those who have dedicated their efforts to producing images, which are meant to educate and change the world.
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The Concerned Photographer (The Art Institute of Chicago Exhibitions)

The Concerned Photographer (The Art Institute of Chicago Exhibitions) | Photography | Scoop.it

“The concerned photographer finds much in the present unacceptable which he tries to alter. Our goal is simply to let the world also know why it is unacceptable.”
--Cornell Capa (b. 1918), photographer

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