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Digital lit vocabulary

Pixel These little dots are what make up the images on the computer display.
Exposure Total amount of light let in.
Landscape Photograph that shows land like a scene in nature, cities, the country.
portrait Photograph of a person or group of people
Monochrome Photographs that have one color.
macrophotography Close-up photography, usually of a very small subject
aerial photo The taking of photographs of the ground from high position like the air.
darkroom A room that can be made completely dark
composition Arranging specific things within your photo in a way that best captures your subject
tripod This object that has three legs
viewfinder what the photographers look through to see or view the subject.
Rule of thirds The "rule" where a subject that you want to photograph should be imaged as divided into nine equal parts.
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