note: Definitions on this page are written in common speak to increase comprehension. They are my views and are not reviewed for correctness, however I do try hard to ensure accuracy. Definitions are for entertainment purposes only.
- - The placement, arrangement or organization of objects within the photographs.
- DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex):
- - Used to describe a digital camera where the lens can be detached from the main body and replaced by another. The lenses are generally high quality with a specific purpose giving the photographer more control over their photos.
- - 1,000,000 pixels, or 1,000,000 individual elements of an image.
- - The word is formed from the words picture (Pix) and element (el). An individual element of an image. … Hold a magnifying glass up to your computer monitor or TV and you’ll see the individual pixels that make up the full image.
- Point and Shoot Camera:
- - Small compact cameras that have many automatic features including auto focus. You can point the camera at your subject and shoot the photo without much thought.
- - Formed by combining the words professional and consumer. Generally considered to be a person with more knowledge than the mainstream consumer however not a professional.
- – Prosumer digital cameras are considered to be a bridge between the mainstream consumer grade camera and a professional grade camera. Generally containd more advanced internal and external components and controls than the typical mainstream camera however not quite comparable to an expensive professional grade camera.
- ‘Rule of Thirds‘
- - A general photography composition rule where the main point of interest is placed off center, one-third of the way into the photo. …Read more about the ‘rule of thirds’.