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pinhole photography

depth of field The range of distance in a photograph that appears to be in focus.
focal length The distance between the aperture and the focal plane.
negative An image in which the brightness values are reversed.
aperture The opening in a camera that controls the amount of light in an exposure.
focal (film) plane The surface in a camera where the image forms.
vignetting The effect from blocking the light at the edge of an image.
shutter The device in a camera that controls the amount of time light is allowed in an exposure.
angle of view The area of a scene that a lens or pinhole camera covers or sees.
telephoto A lens or pinhole camera that makes a subject appear larger than a normal lens and has a longer focal length.
exposure The total amount of light allowed to act on a photographic material; the amount or intensity of light X the amount of time.
format The size of the negative.
wide angle A lens or pinhole camera that has a shorter focal length and a field of view that includes more area than a normal lens.
ghost image An object that is only partially recorded on film or paper and looks translucent.
subject blur Streaking in a photograph of an object that was moving during exposure.
camera blur Streaks in a photograph made by moving the camera during exposure.
Created by: joann.brock