Scientific Imaging “Scientific Imaging with Photoshop; Methods, Measurement and Output,” by Jerry Sedgewick; $75 from New Riders Press,

 The author is director of the Biomedical Image Processing Lab at the University of Minnesota and many of the examples in this book are drawn from those areas of research. Still, the imaging techniques apply to almost any discipline. He shows you lighting tricks for microscope stages and how to apply what’s called “false color” to make parts of an image easier for the eye to distinguish.

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