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A cartridge-based film format created in 1972 and out of production as of 2009. Features a relatively small 13×17mm frame and generally used for cheap mass-consumer cameras, with a few notable excepti…
35mm is a common film format that was popular before the dominance of digital photography
for issues that are specific to shooting/stitching 360º or 360ºx180º panoramas, rather than questions suitable for all panoramas.
techniques for capturing, as well as presenting and viewing, 3D photographic images
Third party accessories are ones not made or endorsed by the manufacturer of the equipment that they are used with.
500px is a photo-sharing web site.
A common prime focal length of 50 millimeters
a property that deviates from the desired behavior
for questions about photography accessories.
is used to translate one fitting to another via connection
software company focused on developing creativity tools and applications
Bridge is a supporting software application often included with Adobe's other creative softwares such as Photoshop. Bridge can be seen as a file management interface closely coupled to Adobe's applica…
Questions about the Adobe Camera RAW processing engine that is used when importing photos into Photoshop. The same controls exist in Lightroom.
Questions about Automatic Dynamic Range or Automatic D-Lighting
Photographs of the ground from above. Including from airplanes, helipcopters, balloons, kites, multicopter drones.
Nikon lens designation for lenses with a stepper motor for autofocus, targeted at entry- and consumer-level DX bodies such as the D3400 and D5500. AF-P lenses do not have a manual/auto focus switch on…
Nikon lens designation for "Auto-Focus Silent" lenses with an in-built "silent-wave" motor
step by step procedure to calculate a value
Alternative photographic processes, including historical and non-silver processes and "unusual" uses of traditional processes such as polaroid manipulation.
Amateurs are individuals who perform a trade such as photography for entertainment, rather than financial gain.
Existing light in the scene, as opposed to flash or video light added by the photographer