A SIMPLE GUIDE TO THE PHOTOGRAPHY SLAN
It is common to feel awkward in any new activity. You need to not feel like a stranger among photographers. This is why you should not only get a camera, but also learn a new language. Here is a list that will help you understand photographers in different photography courses as well as in real life, when communicating on professional topics.
Why is slang so popular?
Young people love slang because it:
Standing out from the crowd
You want to impress others.
This kit includes a camera and a lens. Sometimes a lens can also be called a whale. Canon’s most popular Kit is the EF-18-55 mm lens.
Example: “I am not a beginner to buy a set of lenses. I will choose the lens, 18-55mm is what you require.
Camera matrix reduced compared to standard frames
Example: “I warn, my camera has been cropped. I won’t take photos like a pro. Don’t leave negative reviews, there are only 50 of us in this group.
Cropping a photo using a graphic editor
Example: “Officially, I am proficient in Photoshop. Would you be willing to share your best frame, at least in Paint?
Body – This is the body of the camera. It contains all the software, including display and other components.
Example: I sold a body and took 10 photos for my wife as a hobby.
Connector to attach an external flash.
Attached to the lens’ edge is a device that protects the lens from the sun glare while shooting in bright sunlight.
Example: “Yes, there’s a little too much exposure, but it’s not because I don’t know how to combine shutterspeed with aperture. It’s just that the blende from China isn’t yet here.”
Example: “If I bought a portraiture it doesn’t mean you can now shoot me 24/7. And I locked the bathroom. How did you get in?”
Bokeh, a Japanese term for a blurred background, is also known as bokeh. Different lenses have different bokeh patterns. However, lenses with a fixed focal length have the best bokeh.
Pull shadows – This is used to bring out the shadows in the darkest parts of the image. It is recommended to keep shadow detail. If shadows are dark, you should lighten them to reveal (pull out).
DD – dynamic dimason. This value is used to describe the ability of a photosensitive (photodetector), to reproduce with the same level of contrast the brightness differences of the optical images of an object being photographed. The camera’s DD is simply a measure of how bright it can transmit without losing any image. The greater the matrix (in mp but in size), is, the more DD.