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.
remains for "Gold" and defines Sony's best, most astounding quality, most lavish proficient lens.
On the off chance that you see a letter "G" after aperture in the lens, for instance "Nikon 50mm AF-S f/1.4g", it implies that the lens does not have a aperture ring like the old lenses.
Measure of the amount of difference in a picture as per the properties of a gradation curve. High complexity = High Gamma and Low = Low.
The range of colors that will show up on a screen or could be printed.
With reference to showing a picture exactly on a machine screen, Gamma adjustment controls the general brilliance of a picture.
Protein, inferred from animals,that is utilized to suspend silver halides equitably in an emulsion structure on the paper and film's surface.
Colored filters that can either be held over a flash tube or utilized as a part of a mount before the camera lens to change the shade of the light.
A graphic file mostly utilized for Web realistic or little animated (GIF) records. Not useful for photos as it just contains a greatest of 256 colors.
A measure of computer memory or disk space.
Glass is an alternate term for lenses.
A Global shutter uncovered the whole image simultaneously.
GNU Image Manipulation Format
Software used for editing digital images
Glass molded Optics.
Gobo is the acronym for "goes between optics," a gobo is any article used to control the state of light from its source.
The change in tone from black to white
Grad ' is a shortened form of "Graduated" and is utilized to depict a kind of optical channel which has a dark selection and a clear selection.
Graphic Interchange Format, Computer file format for coloured images
Graduated neutral density
A sort of neutral density filter in which shine is diminished more on one side of the filter than on the other, permitting the photographic artist to lessen the difference between, for instance, bright sky and dim area.
Minute metallic silver deposit, shaping in quality the photographic picture.
This is the brightness level of a pixel speaking to its gentility from dark to white.
A term used to describe a picture containing shades of grey instead of color. Most ordinarily alluded to as a highly white photo.
Grip and rip / Spray and pray
Both of these terms allude to the demonstration of setting the cam to its most astounding drive mode and keeping the shutter button down to attempt and catch a brief minute.
Grip and Grain
A depiction sort photograph, where the subjects grasp on to one another.
Gorback Studio of Photography.
Gelatin Silver Print.
Greater Toronto Council of Camera Clubs.
Output rating of a speed light flash unit.