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A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Questions about running a photography business. May include topics such as pricing, legal, licensing, contract, or others.
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Classic way of conveying images using black, white and shades of gray, thereby emphasizing shapes and shadows.
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Bokeh describes the visual quality of the out-of-focus areas of a photograph.
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A prosumer-level camera body with APS-C sensor; introduced by Canon in 2009.
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The legal term that protects ownership of creative works and restrictions as to how those works may be used by others.
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Questions on the monetary value of photographs or gear, and on why and how these prices are or should be determined.
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a standard that provides comparability between cameras and lenses from several different manufacturers that adhere to the standard. One of the distinguishing features …
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the trade name for Canon's line of external flashes for use with their EOS line of cameras. It is similar but not to be confused with Nikon Corporation's "Speedlig…
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Secure Digital (SD) memory cards
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A photography and imaging company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
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Questions about photography using 35mm film or a digital sensor of equivalent size.
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an open source, and freely distributed piece of software used for photo manipulation and retouching.
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Learning questions ask directly about the process of learning — questions about schooling or about educational resources, for example. This tag should not be used to indicate that one would like to le…
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Discussion of the buttons, dials, wheels, switches, and menus found on cameras.
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a digital imaging sensor smaller than the traditional film size for the system in which it is used. APS-C is a cropped-sensor format compared to traditional 35mm-film or to "full…
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The means and methodologies of safely and effectively keeping equipment, prints, and other photography-related items around the home or for travel.
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Not playing organized games with cameras, but rather the genre of photography which deals with taking pictures of the action.
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For questions pertaining to wedding photography.
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family of mirror-less interchangeable lens camera made by Sony
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shooting with a computer connected to the camera for control and/or instant transfer of images
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Canon's 2nd generation, high-end full frame digital SLR camera, released in 2008.
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The process of making an image appear natural to the eye, either by changing the lighting or by changing the white balance or tint of an image after the fact.
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Concerning concepts, tips and tricks that are more relevant to people who are new to photography. This tag shouldn't be used just for questions that happen to be asked by beginners.
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The function of digital cameras that shows a live view from the imaging sensor on an LCD display.
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Altering a photo so that it departs from reality in some significant way.
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Adobe's RAW development workflow software. Version 3 was released in 2010 and was superceded by version 4 in March, 2012.
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Also called "Point and Shoot" cameras, they mostly have automatic controls with a builtin flash
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is an activity performed by a device that optically scans images, printed text, handwriting, or an object, and converts it to a digital image. Common examples found in offices are variations of the de…
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refers to to physical size of a camera's sensor.
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a Japanese Camera manufacturer.
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reduce oblique reflections and increase color saturation
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the automated editing of photos or metadata through the use of scripts or recorded actions.
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to measure and/or adjust the color response of a device (input or output) to a known state. In International Color Consortium (ICC) terms, this is the basis for an ad…
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Questions about how much of the scene a camera can see, and what can affect how much is seen.
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In manual exposure mode, the photographer chooses both aperture and shutter speed for exposure.
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generally undesirable in photography, and many photographers want to try and reduce it when taking photographs. Noise reduction tends to be about preventing noise in the first place, where as…