Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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A technology for making image sensors. Please use this tag only when the question at hand specifically deals with CMOS and not just because a camera happens to have that type of sensor — for general q…
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Marking images with brief descriptors of location or subjects is known as tagging. These can be added, edited, and queried on in image management software such as Adobe Lightroom, and are also utilize…
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Questions which ask for guidance born out of personal experience. Good tip questions are confined in scope to a specific photography-related topic.
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a common protocol for wireless communication between computers and other electronic devices, e.g. cameras and smartphones
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Godox offer a full line of studio photography equipment, including studio flash and portable power inverter, outdoor flashes, continuous lighting, studio flash accessories, camera flashes, macro light…
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A company formerly specializing in instant film cameras, and now making digital cameras, as well as a variety of other electronics.
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Pertains to questions regarding service providers for photographers.
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Lens filters that remove certain colors of light, used to apply a uniform color effect on the images captured.
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Questions concerned with the process of and dealing with stock photography images which are typically sold for re-use by third parties.
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a visual representation of the distribution of the tones in a photograph.
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The screen on which the image entering a reflex camera is reflected on by a mirror. Multiple designs are generally available.
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techniques for capturing, as well as presenting and viewing, 3D photographic images
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A mid-range, 24.1 MP DSLR from Nikon which was released in 2013.
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sRGB tends to be the default color space. See also tag color-spaces.
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A lighting modifier which produces soft light via an an enclosed box with reflective sides and diffusing materials in front of the light.
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electromagnetic radiation light with wavelengths shorter than violet visible light (400nm), sometimes undesirable in photography; can be removed using UV filters
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a popular photo sharing and photography-based social networking website.
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Questions about external (handheld) incident/flash light meters.
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A mode which allows flash to be used with a shutter speed faster than the maximum sync speed.
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a consumer level DSLR originally released in 2008.
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the intensity, vibrance, or purity of color. More saturated colors look "deeper", while less saturated colors look faded or "washed out"
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Film and imaging company headquartered in Rochester, New York. Use for questions about Kodak film or Kodak digital equipment.