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Photography techniques

Photography techniques refers to various methods of taking pictures through the use of different camera functions, lighting, angles and exposure time.

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Photography techniques

ghost object

Photography; Images

A processing how taking a object in photograph by setted camera with long pose time, so in the middle of that time change place of the object or just take out in the view and the object looks flue ...

aberration

Photography; Lenses

The inability of a lens to produce a true image, particularly at the edge of a photograph. Usually, the more expensive the lens, the better its optical quality and the fewer aberrations

angle of view

Photography; Photography techniques

The area of a scene that a lens can cover. The focal length of the lens determines the angle of view. A wide-angle (short-focal-length) lens includes more of a scene than a standard ...

angle of view

Photography; Lenses

The area of a scene that a lens can cover. The focal length of the lens determines the angle of view. A wide-angle (short-focal-length) lens includes more of a scene than a standard ...

aperture

Photography; Lenses

The aperture is the opening formed by the blades of the iris or diaphragm in the lens, through which light passes to expose the film. Aperture size is usually given in f-numbers, the larger the ...

aspherical lens

Photography; Lenses

A lens with a curved, non-spherical surface. Used to reduce aberrations and achieve a more compact lens size. With a spherical lens, rays travelling from the lens periphery create the image before ...

depth of field

Photography; Photography techniques

The distance between the nearest and furthest objects in a photograph that are considered to be acceptably sharp. Dependant on aperture, focal length and focused distance. The smaller the aperture, ...

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