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Any one using a digital camera needs to understand the various terms used in digital photography.

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The aperture controls

By Charles Hopkins | Published 07/6/2006 | Arts and Culture |

Ask any photographer and he will tell you how important the aperture is. It is through the aperture that light travels to the image sensor in a digital camera or the film in the conventional camera, imprinting an image

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The digital image format depends on the kinds of pictures that a photographer wants to shoot.

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Shutters play an important role in capturing a quality image by keeping out unnecessary light from hitting the image sensor.

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The zoom effect in digital cameras is of two types: optical zoom and digital zoom.

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You have to be careful when carrying a digital camera on long journeys. Among other things, you must make sure that the camera is carried in a well-padded pouch.

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A tripod and monopod perform the same function: they keep the camera stable and shake-free while shooting. The only difference is that the tripod has three legs, and is relatively more stable while the monopod has a single leg.

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What is a megapixel

By Charles Hopkins | Published 07/6/2006 | Arts and Culture |

One of the most common terms used in digital photography is megapixel. It comes from the word pixel which in computer lingo, means, 'a dot.'

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What is resolution

By Charles Hopkins | Published 07/6/2006 | Arts and Culture |

One of the key terms in digital photography is resolution. It denotes the quality of an image. An image with a low resolution is considered a poor quality picture while a picture with high resolution is characterized as a good quality picture.

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The digital SLRs are by far the most advanced cameras available in the market. A great asset of these cameras is that they enable the photographer see what the sensor sees, through the viewfinder.

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