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Computer software or hardware that works with more than one operating system; usually refers to a product that can be used on both Windows-based PCs and Macintosh computers. The range of distance in a picture that is in sharp focus. When depth of field is short, only objects close to the subject appear sharply focused. With large depth of field, most objects in the picture are in focus. Depth of field is affected by focal length and aperture. A digital camera feature with a misleading name; it does not actually zoom the lens but instead crops away the perimeter of the image and enlarges the remaining area.
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Digital Print Order Format. Enables you to use your camera menus to add printing instructions to your picture files. Printers that support DPOF read that information and print the photos according to your instructions. Software that your computer needs to communicate with your camera, printer, and other devices.
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APPENDIX A: Glossary
edge
A digital imaging term referring to the border between two areas that differ in color, brightness, or both.
A way to express the focal length of a digital camera lens by comparing results with a lens on a 35mm film camera. Sometimes abbreviated as efl.
equivalent focal length
EV compensation
Exposure value compensation. A control found on most digital cameras that enables you to increase or decrease the exposure setting chosen by the camera s autoexposure mechanism. Raising the EV setting produces a brighter exposure, and a lower value darkens the exposure.
Information about the camera, date, and capture settings that some digital cameras record in a part of the image file. This data is written in a format known as EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) and can be viewed in image browsers and other programs that support EXIF. A control that enables you to increase or decrease the flash power that the camera thinks is necessary to produce a good exposure. Similar to EV compensation except that it affects flash output. Interchangeable terms that refer to the size of the aperture (lens opening). A low f-number translates to a large opening, which allows more light through the camera lens. A high f-number indicates a small aperture. Values are stated in the following format: f/2, f/2.8, f/4, and so on. Each step up the f-stop scale lets in half as much light as the previous setting. The distance between the optical center of the lens and the recording element (the film negative or digital-camera image sensor). Focal length affects angle of view, depth of field, and the size and distance at which subjects appear in the frame. See also equivalent focal length.
EXIF metadata
Flash EV compensation
f-number, f-stop
focal length
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The range of colors that a device can reproduce.
Graphics Interchange Format. One of two popular file formats for web graphics; it s not appropriate for most photographs because it preserves only 256 colors. Another way to describe a black-and-white photograph; an image that contains only black, white, and shades of gray.
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The Grayscale color mode, which limits an image to 256 colors (black, white, and shades of gray).
Grayscale mode
histogram hot light
A graph that charts the range of brightness values in an image.
A general term used to describe a light that emits a constant light source (as opposed to a flash, which emits a quick burst of light).
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