Back focus
Imagine a terrible picture: you bought a reflex camera, and the pictures from it come out fuzzy. However, if you look closely at the pictures, you will find that the…

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How to use autofocus
Autofocus or autofocus for most photographic scenes is the preferred solution over manual focus. In skilled hands, autofocus focuses more precisely, and, most importantly, faster than the average photographer. However,…

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HDR panorama
HDR is a technology that has existed for more than a year and is an adaptation of the image to the peculiarities of our eyes (the eye never sees the…

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Back button focus

According to an established tradition, autofocus is activated by pressing the shutter button halfway, and pressing it fully releases the shutter. However, it is often much more convenient to separate the shutter release and autofocus. Back-button focusing or back-button focusing is an autofocus control scheme that is not very popular among amateurs, in which autofocus is activated not by the shutter button, but by an independent button on the back of the camera.

Some cameras have a special focus button AF-ON, and some allow you to reprogram the AE-L / AF-L button so that it is responsible for autofocus, and not for exposure lock. Continue reading

Macro shot

The word “macro photography” usually means photographs taken on a sufficiently large, but still not microscopic scale, i.e. from about 1:10 to 1: 1. Pictures with a scale exceeding 1: 1 are already referred to as microphotographs, and everything smaller than 1:10 is considered just a close-up. The given ranges of scales are very arbitrary, and can serve only as guidelines, and not in any way rigid boundaries between individual genres of photography.
Perhaps the reader does not quite own the concept of scale, and the numbers 1: 1 tell him little about what? There is nothing complicated here. The shooting scale is the ratio of the linear dimensions of the subject to the linear dimensions of its image projected by the lens onto the matrix or film. A 1: 1 scale means full-size Continue reading

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

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Macro shot
The word "macro photography" usually means photographs taken on a sufficiently large, but still not microscopic scale, i.e. from about 1:10 to 1: 1. Pictures with a scale exceeding 1:…

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Sharpness
Is sharpness important for a good photo? Yes and no. On the one hand, technically perfect photography, as a rule, should be absolutely sharp. No matter how entertaining it may…

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10 anti-blogging tips
How often you get tired of reading and want to see something nice for the eye and start to perceive life through the eyes, and not through the ears -…

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Lens change
The main advantage of cameras with interchangeable lenses over compact cameras is, as the discerning reader has already guessed, the ability to change lenses. Changing the lens itself is a…

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