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a technique of softening flash by reflecting it off a ceiling, wall or some other surface, rather than directing it straight at the subject
taken while varying a camera setting (typically exposure) between each shot.
photo style that simulates wide angle photography with shallow depth of field.
the middle ground between basic compact cameras and more capable and bulky SLRs. In the middle ground, there is a built-in lens with a large optical zoom range, but still with a sma…
film that is sold in long rolls (typically 100 foot / 30 meters, as a cheaper alternative to purchasing 24 or 36 frame cassettes. Segments of film are then transferred to cassettes…
camera feature that allows for easy shooting of several photos in a row
Questions about running a photography business. May include topics such as pricing, legal, licensing, contract, or others.
Photographic math — equations, formulas, algorithms related to making or processing images.
A bag, satchel, or backpack with protective and convenience features designed specifically for transporting photographic equipment.
the timeless and generic aspects of cameras; even as technology evolves, these things will remain essentially the same.
Discussion of the buttons, dials, wheels, switches, and menus found on cameras.
Pertaining to the physical and functional design of camera bodies.
When you're trying to find out which model a specific camera is. If at all possible, please include a picture of the camera.
Movement of the camera or parts of the camera during the course of an exposure.
a cell phone that has a camera built-in.
Good camera recommendation questions deal with what cameras are appropriate for a specific task or meet special requirements. This tag should not be used for shopping questions. Asking for comparisons…
Various parameters on the dials, menus, etc. in a camera