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Questions about how to choose the correct colour balance for a given scene, and how it affects photos.
the ones with focal length shorter than longest edge of imaging surface (36mm on 35mm full frame, about 24mm on APS-C).
a common protocol for wireless communication between computers and other electronic devices, e.g. cameras and smartphones
Wifi enabled SD Card
a genre of photography which covers photography of animals in their natural habitat
Questions concerning software running under Microsoft Windows, a popular family of operating systems.
the transfer of information between two points without connecting them with an electrical conductor.
'Wireless Flash' refers to the technology/products used to trigger/control one or more flash units using either radio transmissions or bursts of visible light. This can be convenient for a photographe…
transmitter and receiver units which enable off-camera flash
Workflow refers to the actions a photographer takes to produce a finished product. This includes the process from taking a file from the camera, through editing on a computer to printing the file (…
a way of encoding image data that separates luminosity (Y) from color (Cb and Cr).
a chinese manufacturer of camera accessories
a German company that manufactures optical devices, including photographic lenses.
Zone plate photography uses a diffraction instead of a lens to focus light.
An optical 'zoom' or 'variable focal length' lens is one that has a range of focal lengths at which it can operate. "Digital zoom" is a technology which simulates optical zoom by cropping the image.
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…
an effect that can make some models of zoom lenses to slowly zoom in or out as a result of gravity. It is most likely to happen if the lens is pointed straight up or straight down, but a sharp angle c…