A Glossary, Abbreviation and slang of Photographic Terms
An extensive digital dictionary wherein thousands of several common words used in Photography are illustrated and explained in a simple glossary of photographic terms.
B & W
Abbreviation for Black and White.
The enlightenment for a color LCD show on advanced or telephones
Significance the subject is lit from behind which can result in underexposing is likewise utilized for representation photography for enhancements and bringing catch lights to the hair.
A curio of shade degree in computer imaging. At the point when graduated shades break into bigger pieces of a solitary color, the smooth look of a proper gradation is decreased
A typical geometric lens twisting bringing on an acquired picture to pucker towards the middle and be adjusted along the external edges.
Arrangement of colors, light and dull masses, or expansive and little questions in a picture to make agreement and harmony.
Bishopthorpe Camera Club
Blue Cone Monochromacy.
Beam Candle Power Seconds.
The folding partition in a few cameras that unites the lens to the camera body.
Both Film and Digital.
BIF remains for Bird in Flight, and is normally raised up during complex technical issues about focus modes and autofocus point selection.
Sigma 50-500mm f/4-6.3 lens known as ‘Bigma’.
The littlest unit of memory. The saying originates from binary and digit or 1 and 0. Likewise sometimes known as on and offs.
Alludes to the shade or ash scale of every individual pixel. Case in point a pixel with 8 bits for every shade (red, green and blue), gives a 24 bit picture. 24 bit determination is 16.7 million shades.
Affirmed 'boh-kay', this term is determined from the Japanese word for "blur " and is utilized to portray the aesthetic quality of the obscure in out of focus ranges of a picture.
The system for putting away data that really maps a picture pixel bit by bit. Format incorporate;.bmp, .pcx, .pict, .tif, .tiff, .gif. Most picture documents are bit-mapped.
Beam Candle Power Second.
Splendid regions in a photograph that are overexposed are said to be blown out
An impact created by overexposing a CCD or sensor to a lot of light. This can result in bends of the subject and/or color.
Bitmapped representation document design which is well known with Windows Pc's. It is an uncompressed file format like a TIFF
Essentially, this implies a printed photo with no outskirt around it.
Can apply to flash or exposure. It is utilized to make generally 3 photos. One photograph is uncovered by the Polaroid’s meter naturally, one under uncovered and one overexposed by a foreordained number of stops.
Estimation of a pixel in an digital picture providing for its estimation of gentility from dark to white, with o being dark and 255 being white.
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Temporary storage zones held in your Polaroid or machines RAM. This act as an impermanent holding zone for information that will be controlled by the CPU before sparing it to an another device.
Term utilized for a long exposure setting ordinarily more than 30 seconds.
It is known as continuous mode or "Auto wind" on older Slr's. Be that as it may, today's Digital SLR's have beat modes of down to 8 frames for every second. Extraordinary for games and action shots.
A gathering of 8-bits of memory in a machine. I.e. 8 bits is a Byte, 1000 bytes is a Kilobyte (KB) or 8000 bytes, 1000kb is a Megabyte (MB) or 8,000,000 bytes etc.