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.
the letter F in the lens name implies it is a fisheye lens.
Lenses intended for cams with full frame sensors (35mm). Will likewise chip away at DSLRs with more modest sensors, yet a harvest variable will be connected which changes the evident focal length of the lens.
Film Automatic Retouching and Enhancement
A FA lens without a separate opening ring, accordingly just operable on bodies that can control the gap electronically.
Frame by Frame.
Federation of Camera Club.
Flex Focus Point.
Full Frame. s a sensor of digital camera that is the same size as a 35mm piece of film.
F – Stop
Indicating Aperture size, F2.8 is large opening and F16 is small opening
This is the old manual focus Canon lens mount utilized before 1987.
lenses that cover a 35mm estimated sensor and are intended to be utilized with Sony's full-frame mirror less cams, for example, the Sony Alpha A.
The same as FD, just with no covering assignment on the lens front.
Lenses intended for cams with full frame sensors (35mm). Will likewise take a shot at DSLR with more modest sensors, yet a product component will be connect which changes the obvious central length of the lens.
Any lenses with an f/2.8 or wider aperture is known as fast glass.
False Color film
A film that delivers a photo with altogether diverse colors than our eye sees.
An advanced technique for softening the edge of a determination or brush to guarantee a less sharp edge or consistent mix when painting and gluing pictures.
Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique.
The maximum aperture of the lens.
It is a lens that does not contain a separate aperture ring.
Electronic document, Collection of data, text or images saved in hard disk ,cd , vcd, pen drive etc.
Digital images are saved in JPEG .JPG TIFF EPS and BMP format.
A folding perspective camera, a kind of Camera that made of wood or light metal.
Fill in Flash
A method for lessening contrast differentiation by adding light to darker or shaded zones of by using a reflective material or flash.
A high speed data exchange interface utilized on advanced camcorders and the more expensive Digital Slr's.
Fisheye lenses give wide angles of view with unique and exceptionally and very strong distortion. Diagonal fisheye lenses cover the entire casing, whilst circular lenses deliver a round picture inside the frame.
Aperture stays steady paying little mind to the lens' focal length
Recently introduced in 2013.demonstrates that the lens has Fluorite Lens parts, which are unrivaled glass segments than ED.
F Low Dispersion Component, at any rate as per Sigma, is "the largest amount low scattering glass accessible with amazingly high light transmission." It ought to essentially execute and additionally as fluorite components, but this is quite expensive.
Flare is undesirable light reflecting inside a lens that lessens differentiate and makes splendid streaks.
A kind of memory that can hold information without requiring power. It's utilized as a part of Smartmedia, Memory stick and Compact flash cards so photos are securely put away when the camera is off.
To find out the measure or amount of light coming through an electronic flashgun.
Flash Sync Socket
Socket used to plug in an electronic flash gun cable in camera, then the flash can be triggered at a distance.
Flash Sync Speed
The greatest shutter speed that could be set when utilizing electronic flash.
Machine fringe with a glass plate that you lay photographs prints, work of art or transparencies on to output and convert into advanced pictures. Optical Scanner in which the first picture stays stationary while the CCD sensors disregard or under it.
When close focusing float elements will move to perfect aberrations.
Lens Angle-of-view. Lens Angle-of-view.
The zone behind the lens where light is accumulated to structure a forcefully centered picture.
Focal Plane. A shutter that opens and closes close to the film or picture sensor, more often than not as a quick moving opening, as stood out from a bladed/leaf screen found close to a nodal purpose of a lens.
A matrix of sensors situated in the focal plane of a lens or other focusing gadget.
Feet per Minute.
Frame per Minute.
Frames per Second. Utilized within reference to greatest nonstop shooting rate or video.
Number of frames that are demonstrated or sent every second
First Person View.
: Field Scope Adaptor.
Full time manual focus.
Full Time Manual Focus.
Otherwise known as 'purple bordering', this is the spooky purple sparkle that can be seen and on again be seen around the edges of high differentiation regions in digital pictures.
This is the present, current, completely electronic lens mount utilized within Fujifilm's mirror less cam framework with APS-C sized sensor.
an old, mechanical lens mount utilized within the film time.
This abbreviation signifies “full-frame” as in 35mm film comparable. Condensing like FX, DX and CX demonstrate format size.