NOT rational advice on choosing a camera!
The first camera should cause awe That's right, and nothing else. It does not matter what kind of camera it will be, a mirror or soap box, digital or film,…

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Color
We see the world in color, hence the special realism and appeal of color photography, especially since modern digital cameras shooting in color by default make it extremely accessible. Color…

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Diffraction
Diffraction is an optical phenomenon that limits the sharpness of a photograph while reducing the relative aperture of the lens. Unlike other optical aberrations, diffraction is fundamentally unremovable, universal and…

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Depth of field

Depth of sharply depicted space (depth of field) is the distance between the closest and farthest object in the scene, which are perceived in the photo as sharp. Everything that lies closer or further than the depth of field zone is more or less blurred.

It should be understood that the concept of IPIG is quite arbitrary. There is no real and unambiguous depth of field in nature, since the lens at a time can be focused only on one specific distance, and not on some abstract range of distances. It is more appropriate to speak more about a focusing plane of infinitely small thickness, closer and further which the image begins to blur. Continue reading

Exposure: Theory
A good exposure is critical for quality photography. However, the essence of the exposure is extremely simple. Exposure is just the amount of light entering the photosensor. The process of…

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Lens aberration
Aberration of a photographic lens is the last thing a novice photographer should think about. They absolutely do not affect the artistic value of your photos, and their impact on…

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What you need to know about Nikon lenses?
What Nikon offers Superficial review of the Nikon line of lenses Most likely, if you are not photographing a Canon DSLR, then you are using a Nikon camera. Although so…

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Dynamic range
The dynamic range or the photographic latitude of the photographic material is the ratio between the maximum and minimum exposure values ​​that can be correctly captured on the image. In…

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