Lens QA Works – optical design schemes: how-to
There are a lot of scanned optical design schemes in the network, but lensqaworks.com need to follow Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License in as many cases as it possible, that’s why just scanning and publishing of the books isn’t enough. For today the every single optical scheme get a personal approach, with researching over different sources and even consultations with collectors society. I’ve even found an errors on other popular sites.
Yes, I know – that’s strange to care about copyrights, if knowing that one of the best photo-companies Minolta was killed by copyrights law, but too many people still believe that laws of Middle Ages are good and try to distribute it around. The level of craziness can be any, I’ve met people who think that scanning of books automatically gives them authors rights, and people who can see violating if somebody attached a printed photo with favorite actor on a kitchen fridge.
Here a few examples of diagrams in lensqaworks.com style:
How to do it
For those who prefer simple screenshots:
The source can be anything, for example – one of the popular book about Minolta company.
1. Source (photo of the book page):
3. The result:
Have a nice day!