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the ones with focal length shorter than shortest edge of imaging surface (24mm on 35mm full frame, about 16mm on APS-C).
software company focused on developing creativity tools and applications
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…
a device which sticks onto a lens, which helps shield the lens from stray light. They often have a flower-shaped design, which gives maximum protection while minimizing the vignetting o…
embedded software which runs on a device such as a camera/lens, phone, or computer
are a set of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of ink, paper, parchment, or other materials, usually fastened together to hinge at one side.
individuals who make a living off of their trade, including professional photographers.
the transfer of information between two points without connecting them with an electrical conductor.
a device or software to trigger exposures at defined intervals and often used for time lapse photography.
the display on a digital camera. Some monitors and TVs are also considered LCDs. LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display.
a process which increases the definition along edges by amplifying the difference in brightness between pixels.
the LCD display at the back of most modern DSLRs and compact cameras used to alter settings, review taken pictures and perform live-view photography.
the sensitivity of the camera's sensor or film; high ISO is more sensitive and often required in low-light situations, where there is a large correlation with noise.
a manufacturer of compact digital cameras, designed for use in action sports. They have a rugged waterproof housing, and mounts for attaching in a variety of ways, eg helmet, chest harness, bike handl…
set by the user while shutter speed is calculated by the camera for proper exposure
the smallest imaging element in an output medium (droplet of ink, for example, or subpixel in an LCD screen).
For questions pertaining to Google Picasa, which is a photo management and editing application.
A midrange digital SLR camera from Canon, released in 2013 and having an APS-C sensor. It was the first Canon camera to feature "dual pixel AF" supplementing contrast detection AF when in Live View mo…
the reduction of an image brightness near the periphery of the image circle produced by the lens compared to the image center.
the means by which you grant someone else the permission to do something with your photograph without giving up copyright.