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.
A printed picture made up of dabs of fluctuating size that give the presence of a nonstop tone picture when seen from an adequate separation.
Part of storing the datas and files in the computer, mainly in c drive.
Chemical utilized at the settling stage to toughen the film's emulsion and make it more impervious to scratches.
A term used to portray the sparkle that is made around the edges of object when they've been over-honed in Photoshop or other comparative photograph editing software.
High Dynamic Range, it is a system attained utilizing programming that takes the best tones from a few exposures and joins together them in one HDR picture.
High Definition Television.
High Dynamic Range. Systems that permit a computerized picture to demonstrate a more extensive differentiation range than current picture sensors can record in one document.
Stands for High Index Dispersion, a sort of glass utilized within Tamron lenses that serves to minimize chromatic deviation.
High Resolution Image
An advanced photograph that contains enough pixels for every inch to suit the media it will be shown on.
Vertical scale of chart showing digital photos tone values.
Holographic Light Control Film.
Hydrargyrum Medium Arc Iodide, Nonstop light hotspot for utilization with digital camera that have a checking exposure system.
A flash connector in the camera that allows us to fix an external flash unit.
A connection for studio streak that resembles a honeycomb network and is utilized to acquire a hard lighting impact with different shadows
Hyper Photo Project.
The Hyper Sonic Motor, is Sigma's equal to Canon USM and Nikon SWM engineering. It is a ring-sort ultrasonic engine intended to give speedy and quiet focusing.
The Hyper Sonic Motor is Sigma's equal to Canon USM and Nikon SWM engineering. It is a ring-sort ultrasonic engine intended to give speedy and quiet focusing.
HRI (High Refractive Index)
HRI lenses can offer impacts identical to those acquired with a few typical glass components and can adjust for both field arch and circular distortions. Along these lines, HRI lenses accomplish extraordinary optical execution in a considerably more reduced body.
Range of Colors of the spectrum.
Hyper Focal Distance
The separation to the closest point in the photo that seems sharp when the lens is focused around infinityThe separation to the closest point in the photo that seems sharp when the lens is focused around infinity