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Atlas of Optical Transforms
Everyone who does any sort of EM needs to recognize some of the strong features seen in Fourier transforms of EM images.
Images containing sharp edges, circular or rectangular objects, close-packed spheres, etc. all produce readily recognizable features in their Fourier transform.
Harburn et al.'s Atlas of Optical Transforms collects many of these image pairs (and actually generated these "Fourier transforms" using optical diffraction techniques which are well described in the book). The Electron Microscopy Center thanks the Ke Hu lab in the Biology Department for the scans that were combined to make this PDF.