PAUL’S GLOSSARY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC TERMS(copyrighted, please do not reprint without permission) APERSURE : When you let the camera choose the opening for you. SHATTER SPEED : The minimum camera speed that is fast enough to capture breaking glass. SHUTTER BUG : The insect that hovers over your ear when you take a macro shot. […]
1. You can press the shutter anytime you want to, and as often as you want. 2. A camera only asks for film and batteries. 3. A camera never asks you about your previous cameras. 4. Generally, cameras age well. 5. They have resale value. 6. It is easy to figure out how cameras work. […]
1) it is repeatable. make mistakes? reshoot tomorrow. brownouts, floods? reshoot tomorrow. baby model won’t cooperate? shoot tomorrow. wrong stocks arrived from Europe? shoot next week. try doing that with weddings. coverages. news. 2) work is usually confined to a room with controlled environment. 3) work is mainly done with studio equipment; which requires tremendous […]
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