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apparent streaking caused by movements of a subject or panning camera with it during exposure
the difference in luminance and/or colour that makes an object (or its representation in an image or display) distinguishable.
the state of the atmosphere, to the degree that it is hot or cold, wet or dry, calm or stormy, clear or cloudy.
by the virtue of which the pictures taken are too bright resulting in loss of highlights and/or washed-out look
Pertains to the selling of photographic works and/or the sales of rights to use images.
The storing of photographer's geographic coordinates in image metadata.
Major camera and electronics manufacturer; makes Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens cameras and a full line of compact cameras.
24MP entry-level Nikon DSLR, introduced in 2012 to replace the 14MP D3100. It was replaced in 2014 by the D3300, which also has 24 MP.
the process of combining multiple exposures to increase sharpness, reduce noise or for special effects, e.g. star trails
A bag, satchel, or backpack with protective and convenience features designed specifically for transporting photographic equipment.
Off-camera flashes, usually mounted and used in conjunction with umbrellas, soft-boxes, and/or reflectors.
Adobe's image processing and organising software. Version 3 was released in 2010 and was superseded by version 4 in March, 2012.
Questions about how to set up a studio for portraits, product or food photography.
a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location and time information in all weather, anywhere on or near the Earth, where there is an unobstruct…
A question related to hardware or software found on Android powered devices.
For questions dealing with the identification of, as well as recommendations for buying and selling of, used equipment.
Perspective Control Lens or Tilt Shift Lens allows the photographer to change the perspective in the photo without moving the camera body itself.
primarily refers to photography equipment and techniques based around negatives sized 4"x5" and larger
APS-C refers to a smaller, "cropped" sensor size, as compared to a full-frame sensor
a database used by Adobe Lightroom to track image organization, along with changes to images and their metadata. It is possible to use more than one catalog as and when needed - particu…