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For questions about photo formats with embedded video, such as Apple's Live Photos, or Motion Photos taken with Google and Samsung phones.
For questions about the bag manufacturer, and their products.
The technique of focusing on a particular object or person in a scene and allowing other parts of the image to be defocused.
denotes photography equipment made by Argus Camera Company, LLC.
A scam that non-reputable online and mail order photo equipment dealers have used for decades.
A Danish manufacturer, headquartered in Copenhagen, of medium format cameras and the Capture One imaging software.
A flagship APS-H DSLR from Canon, released in 2007.
A flagship APS-H DSLR from Canon, released in 2009.
Pixel Enterprise Limited is a manufacturer of photographic accessories based in Hong Kong, with manufacturing in Shenzhen, China.
Kirlian photography is a contact photography (i.e. no camera and no lens) technique used for capturing images of coronal discharges.
The first full-frame DSLR from Canon, released in 2002.
Voigtländer is a company specializing in optics and was founded in Vienna in 1756.
Novoflex is a German manufacturer of Camera accessories
A form of photography that eschewed manipulation in favor of realism and accuracy through the camera.
Any solution classed or used as a wetting agent, something to aid the water-spot-free drying of film.
Questions related to the use of the wetting agent Ilford Ilfotol.
For questions involving the use of a Graphics Processing Unit in the creation or editing of photographs
Questions pertaining to the use of Pyro classed developers
The step in the film development cycle used to remove fix from the film/paper by way of dilution in water.
Lighting that utilizes both ambient or available light in addition to strobes
large format photographic film produced in sheets rather than rolls
photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, noted for his use of the Leica rangefinder camera to capture what he called "the decisive moment"