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Not playing organized games with cameras, but rather the genre of photography which deals with taking pictures of the action.
A prosumer-level camera body with APS-C sensor; introduced by Canon in 2009.
an open source, and freely distributed piece of software used for photo manipulation and retouching.
Optical devices used between camera and lens to magnify middle part of projected image, effectively turning the lens into a longer (but slower) one.
A midrange digital SLR camera from Canon, released in 2010 and having an APS-C sensor. It was replaced in 2013 by the 70D.
Discussion of the buttons, dials, wheels, switches, and menus found on cameras.
the automated editing of photos or metadata through the use of scripts or recorded actions.
Questions on the monetary value of photographs or gear, and on why and how these prices are or should be determined.
A prosumer DSLR body from Nikon; the D90 was the first Nikon DSLR camera to include video
Questions about choosing a lens. Please try and make your question about how to choose a lens, rather than asking which lens currently on the market you should personally buy.
a particular way that information is encoded for storage in a computer file.
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…
Also called "Point and Shoot" cameras, they mostly have automatic controls with a builtin flash
In photography, background usually refers to either an artificial backdrop placed behind the subject in studio photography, or more generally, the area in any picture that's behind the main subject.
Canon's 2nd generation, high-end full frame digital SLR camera, released in 2008.
Single Lens Reflex: a type of camera which uses a mirror system to reflect light into an optical viewfinder.
"Crop Factor" refers to the sensor size of a camera relative to a 35mm (Full-Frame).
In photography the shutter-release button (sometimes just shutter release or shutter button) is a button found on many cameras, used to take a picture. When pressed, the shutter of the camera is "rele…
taken while varying a camera setting (typically exposure) between each shot.
a state in which two devices can work together. In photography compatible gear can be used together. An example of this is a lens and a camera sharing the same mount.
Questions concerning software running under Microsoft Windows, a popular family of operating systems.
For questions about troubleshooting error messages encountered in any aspect of photography, from capture to printing.
Altering a photo so that it departs from reality in some significant way.
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…
Questions about the history of photography, including why things are the way they are today.
The spacial relationship between the camera and various objects within the field of view of a scene.
Questions to help in choosing the most appropriate software for certain type of work. Note that these are usually off-topic here.
one million pixels, and is a term used not only for the number of pixels in an image, but to express the number of image sensor elements of digital cameras or the number of …