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.
Ice Blue Lens.
Ice Blue Lens, internal
Thumbnails that displayed on the computer to identify and locate the folders and files.
The International Colour consortium, is a gathering that sets the standard rules for colour management in the imaging scene.
Image Correction and Enhancement
Intentional Camera Movement. The cam or the focus or zoom of its lens is balanced by the photographer amid an introduction keeping in mind the end goal to attain uncommon or imaginative impacts.
Olympus exposure metering system.
Internal Focusing permits the lens to rapidly center by moving a percentage of the components inside the lens barrel, without moving the front barrel or reaching out in size.
Interchangeable Lens System
Individual Lens Technology.
Number of pixel per unit length image.
It’s a type of transducer, converts light to electronics signals. Electronic image sensor like CMOS CCD to gather the image data’s.
An innovation found in a few camera lenses to help create a steadier picture that is free from camera shake.
Image Management Service
Light hits the focused object.
The estimation of light falling on the subject utilizing a meter with a 180 diffuser cone situated over the light sensor.
A printer that blazes moment planes of ink onto paper to make up a digital photograph.
In the event that the camera has interchangeable lenses you have more adaptability in light of the fact that the lens separates from the camera permitting it to be supplanted by an alternate one.
Italian Panoramic Monochromator
Irish Professional Photographers Association
Infrared, Invisible lights wave length is higher than 720nm.
IR focuses setting
A little red checking to one side of the lens focus scale that you use to refocus a photo when utilizing infrared film.
This is the Canon’s Abbreviation for Optical Image Stabilization
A method for qualifying the sensitivity of photography.