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Photography

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Exposure a unit of measurement that represents the total amount of light that is allowed to reach the camera's electronic sensor during the process of taking a picture
Filter a camera accessory that can be placed in front of the camera lens to change the way a camera "sees" color
Aperture the size of the opening that light can travel through to reach the image sensor
Depth of field the distance between the closest objects in focus and the farthest point of focus
Shutter Speed the amount of time that the shutter remains open
ISO how sensitive the camera is to incoming light
White Balance changes the color cast of the entire photo based on the type of light that the picture is taken in
Rule of Thirds states that images are most pleasing when subjects or regions in photo are aligned with imaginary lines that divide the image into thirds vertically and horizontally
Focal Point the center point of interest in a photo
Point of View the position from which a picture is taken
Framing a technique where you draw attention to the subject of a photo by blocking parts of the image with something else in the scene
Lighting the arrangement of lights to achieve particular effects
Created by: Diego14