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.
This assignment implies that a given Fujinon X-mount lens has a committed aperture ring. It doesn't permit aperture control.
Random Access Memory, It’s a type of computer memory to run the operating system and programs
Making prints from the slides by using Chemical process.
Making Slides from negatives
An optical gadget that is either consolidated with more prepared cam or included as an association that is used to work out the subject partition by taking a gander at two points of view.
Raw Images store the natural picture information at 12 bits for every channel. "Lossless" compression is connected to diminish the document measure marginally, without trading off the quality. RAW image documents must be handled with exceptional programming before they might be seen or printed.
Printing paper that has a plastic, or gum covered, surface to fast preparing and offer a polished completion.
Robotic Camera Mount.
Soft focus shots of point light sources make customary polygonal shapes that reflect the state of the opening made by the diaphragm blades.
Ricoh Digital Camera
Rear Curtain Sync
Flash fires a moment before the rear curtain of the focal plane screen starts to move. At the point when moderate screen velocities are utilized, this peculiarity can make a smudge impact from the surrounding light.
An impact brought on by an electronic flash reflecting off the retina at the once again of the eye making it look red. Cameras with the flash spotted near the lens experience the ill effects of this issue. Professional camera man utilize a section to hold an outer flash unit above and off to the side of the lens to dispose of red-eye.
Lens focal length ratio to effective aperture of lens.
Most movies are intended to be uncovered inside a certain scope of exposure times-more often than not between 1/25 second to 1/2000 second. At the point when exposure times fall outside of this extent getting to be either essentially more or shorter-a film's attributes may change.
The Polaroid's light delicate CCD changes over the scene into a matrix of pixels that make up an digital photo. The resolution is the aggregate number of pixels in the photo. This is one element that influences picture quality.
Retro focus lens
Otherwise called an opposite or altered telephoto, this lens outline has a veering lens component situated before the aperture and a meeting component situated at the rear. This makes the separation from the rear of the lens to the focal plane longer than the lens focal length.
RED, GREEN, BLUE, The essential colors from which all different shades are inferred. The added substance multiplication process blends different measures of red, green and blue to create different colors. CMYK is the four essential colors. Computer screens make faultless colour by terminating light through red green and blue phosphors while digital cameras and scanners use RGB filters over the CCDs to make the color data.
Raster Image Processor, Programming utilized by top of the line postscript printers that readies the record to be printed by changing over vector pictures into a bitmaps.
Outline of binocular prism that permit straight tubed body utilized by large portions of the thin pocket style models.
Recovery of Color.
Rear Focusing. The focusing is carried out by moving the back component within the lens, which implies the back component moves while focusing. The most recent Nikon 24mm f/1.4 lens, for instance, is RF.
Royal Photographic Society
RTFM stands for Read The Frikkin’ Manual.
Soup means an old photography slang term for developer
Smooth Transition Focus, lenses that utilize exceptional APD lens aggregates that get thicker towards the edges.