RAW or not RAW
The RAW format will never be accepted. Never means “never”, and not “not in the near future”. Old photographers remember that before its appearance there were several formats that, although…

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RAW or JPEG?
The electrical signal generated at the time of shooting by the matrix of a digital camera enters the camera processor as an array of digitized, but not yet processed or,…

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How to learn to take pictures
Why are amateur pictures so weak? First of all, because the ordinary photographer is not aware of their weaknesses. This is not a big deal if the snapshot function is…

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Carpathian landscapes

Capacity

The bit depth or color depth of a digital image is the number of binary bits (bits) used to encode the color of a single pixel.

It is necessary to distinguish between the terms bit per channel (bpc – bits per channel) and bit per pixel (bpp – bits per pixel). The bit depth for each of the individual color channels is measured in bits per channel, while the sum of the bits of all channels is expressed in bits per pixel. For example, an image in the Truecolor palette has a resolution of 8 bits per channel, which is equivalent to 24 bits per pixel, because the color of each pixel is described by three color channels: red, green and blue (RGB model). Continue reading

Mirrors - everything?
The digital camera market is undergoing tremendous transformation. It’s no secret to anyone that digital soap dishes have disappeared into oblivion, having almost completely lost their place in the market…

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How to photograph a running person without autofocus
In this article, you will learn how to take dynamic photos (how to photograph a running person) in conditions where fast focusing is not possible, and also when you do…

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Capacity
The bit depth or color depth of a digital image is the number of binary bits (bits) used to encode the color of a single pixel. It is necessary to…

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What is the focal length?
The focal length (FR or ƒ) is the distance between the optical center of the lens and the camera sensor. The larger the focal length, the larger the image scale…

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