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Imaging Science Group Forum
- Published 11th February 2011
The Royal Photographic Society was founded in 1853 'to promote the Art and Science of Photography'. While the technologies involved in photography and imaging have changed immeasurably since 1853, the Royal Photographic Society’s Imaging Science Group maintains an interest in all aspects of the science and technology of imaging - embracing both conventional photography and digital imaging, covering image capture, storage, manipulation and analysis in all areas from basic photography to aerial and satellite technology and much more. To assist its members exchange scientific and technical information, it has recently launched a web based Imaging Science Forum. It is our goal that this will develop into a lively venue where Imaging Science Group members can engage in serious discussions about the science and technology of imaging with fellow members, regardless of where they live. The forum can be viewed by anyone who is interested in the science and technology of imaging, but currently you need to be a member of the Imaging Science Group to post topics. For more information please click here.