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A cartridge-based film format created in 1972 and out of production as of 2009. Features a relatively small 13×17mm frame and generally used for cheap mass-consumer cameras, with a few notable excepti…
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Questions about Automatic Dynamic Range or Automatic D-Lighting
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Tonal Distribution describes the distribution of various bright or dark tones within an image. During the scanning or image editing stage, tones can be redistributed lightening a dark image or darkeni…
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a professional photographer of repute, prolific blogger, reviews mostly centred around Nikon gear
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The study of meaning; in photography, the visual language and through which a photograph can be understood.
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Microfiche is a small piece of photographic film printed with miniscule data.
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The huey (and huey Pro) were colorimeters made by X-rite and sold by Pantone to calibrate color monitors. No longer in production.
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A seascape is a photograph or other work of art which depicts the sea. As a landscape photo depicts the land a seascape depicts the sea, although this does not mean the two can't be combined.
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A technique that produces a 'rushed in' effect in a photograph by zooming the lens during the duration of an exposure. Also known as 'radial motion blur', particularly when applied as a post processin…
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