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Photography Fundamentals

Photography Fundamentals

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Aperture
Digital Photography
Fundamentals
KApple Computer, Inc.
\u00a9 2005 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Contents
Preface
5 An Introduction to Digital Photography Fundamentals
Chapter 1
7 How Digital Cameras Capture Images
7Types of Digital Cameras
8
Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR)
9
Digital Rangefinder
11Camera Components and Concepts
11
Lens
12
Understanding Lens Multiplication with DSLRs
14
Understanding Digital Zoom
14
Aperture
15
Understanding Lens Speed
16
Shutter
17
Using Reciprocity to Compose Your Image
17
Digital Image Sensor
20
Memory Card
20
External Flash
21 Understanding RAW, JPEG, and TIFF
21
RAW
21
Why Shoot RAW Files?
22
JPEG
22
TIFF
22Shooting Tips
22
Reducing Camera Shake
23
Minimizing Red-Eye in Your Photos
25
Reducing Digital Noise
Chapter 2
27 How Digital Images Are Displayed
27The Human Eye\u2019s Subjective View of Color

29Understanding How the Eye Sees Light and Color
30Sources of Light
30

The Color Temperature of Light
31
How White Balance Establishes Color Temperature

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