About Imaging Science
The Imaging Science Group was formed in 1919 to provide a forum for those members interested in the science behind photography. A century later the Group has a wider purpose. While maintaining our interest in the core technologies, we share knowledge of issues such as colour space, resolution and hardware as well as experience with scientific imaging techniques. Knowing what can and cannot be done allows us all to push the boundaries of our photography, no matter in what part of the medium we practice.