Digital Photography is performed with CMOS or CCD sensor cameras rather than film to capture an image, and is the primary way that photographs are generated in our modern age. This tag doesn't need to be on everything that is digital, but can be used when the question is specifically about the ...
In microscopy we often can sacrifice spatial resolution to collect more photons per pixel. Using sCMOS sensor and binning by factor of 2, we can get bump (up to 4x) in our signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). ...
I need your suggestions and tips on how to do time-lapse photography without using an intervalometer; I am using a Nikon D3300.
Is there a way to digitally capture a 3d point of view image of all directions in a sphere? Your eyes take in light from the fields of view, approximately 160 degrees but you cannot capture the other ...
Could somebody explain this type of photography made by digital camera? Is it related to post processing? How much Photoshop can I use so I won't go out of the limits of this type of photography? ...