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An image file format used primarily to create system resources (help screens, screen savers, and the like) for a Macintosh computer.
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A color-blocking effect that appears when an image file has been reduced to too few colors.
posterization
Pixels per inch. The value used to indicate output resolution.
Same as autoexposure; both shutter speed and aperture are set by the camera. See also aperture-priority autoexposure (AE), shutter-priority autoexposure (AE). An image file format available on some high-resolution digital cameras; stores the picture file in its raw state that is, without applying any of the image-processing that s normally done to improve the appearance of a picture. RAW files can t be opened directly in most photo editing programs. A light-reflecting panel that s used to bounce light from one source in a second direction. Adding or deleting pixels from a digital picture file; adding pixels is sometimes called upsampling, and eliminating pixels is called downsampling.
programmed autoexposure (AE)
reflector
resampling
resolution
A term used to describe the capabilities of various imaging devices, including cameras, monitors, printers, and scanners.
The main color model for digital images; devices based on this model produce colors by mixing red, green, and blue light. The pixels used by a computer monitor, television, or digital projector to display images and text. The number of horizontal and vertical screen pixels; computer users can set their monitors to several different resolution settings (640 480, 800 600, and so on).
screen pixels
screen resolution
Secure Digital card shutter
One type of memory card used in a digital camera.
A device behind the camera lens that opens and closes to allow light to strike the imaging sensor in a digital camera (or the negative in a film camera).
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An autoexposure mode that gives the user control over the shutter speed; the camera selects the appropriate f-stop (aperture size) to produce a good exposure at the chosen shutter speed. See also aperture-priority autoexposure (AE), autoexposure (AE). The length of time that the shutter remains open, usually measured in fractions of a seconds. Together with the aperture and ISO, determines image exposure. An accessory flash that fires automatically in response to the light from the main flash. A special flash mode that allows longer shutter speeds than regular flash mode; at night, it makes backgrounds appear brighter. A single-lens reflex camera; these models feature interchangeable lenses and other features not found on point-and-shoot cameras.
shutter-priority autoexposure (AE)
shutter speed
slave flash
slow-sync flash
SmartMedia card spot metering
frame only.
A type of camera memory card used in some digital cameras.
A metering mode that bases exposure on the light at the center of the
TIFF
Tagged Image File Format. An image file format used primarily to store images destined for the printed page; can apply lossless compression, which doesn t degrade picture quality like the lossy compression applied by the JPEG format. Not suitable for web images and other screen purposes.
Through-the-lens. Used to describe viewfinders that show you exactly what the lens sees; also describes exposure metering mechanisms that measure light coming through the lens. Non-TTL viewfinders and metering mechanisms look out on the scene from a window offset from the lens. Software that enables you to access your digital camera files or scanner from inside some image browsers and photo editors. A sharpening tool found in intermediate and advanced photo editors; sounds more complicated to use than it really is.
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Unsharp Mask filter
APPENDIX A: Glossary
upsampling
downsampling.
Adding pixels to an existing digital image file. See also resampling,
Universal Serial Bus. Now the most common technology for connecting cameras and other devices to a computer. Virtual reality. Refers to immersive images that enable you to spin the display to see a subject from a variety of perspectives. A feature found in all digital cameras; compensates for the varying colors of light to ensure accurate color renditions.
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