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Another interesting book from Terry Hope. Here we are taken on a journey through the extremes of photography and the book's subtitle says it all..."The hottest, coldest, fastest, slowest, nearest, farthest, brightest, darkest, largest, smallest, weirdest images in the Universe... and how they were taken"
The book includes all the images you'd expect to see in a science journal with details of how they were taken. I've seen many of these examples before, but one area that did intrigue me was exposing negatives onto leaves, sadly it didn't give enough info...such as does the image fade once it's created? I assume so, but can it be fixed? It would be good to know.
I imagine there will be other similar failings elsewhere, but still it's a very interesting book looking at types of photography that most of us will never have chance/ability to take.