Photographic problem situations - little-photo-college.net http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations.html Wed, 25 Apr 2018 01:38:19 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (little-photo-college.net) Out-of-focus images http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/167-unscharfe-fotos.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/167-unscharfe-fotos.html The following article offers you a short overview of the possible causes for out-of-focus images. More information about the individual problems can be found in the articles in the respective subject areas.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Mon, 02 Nov 2009 07:40:33 +0000
Incorrect exposure http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/incorrect-exposure.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/incorrect-exposure.html The image is too bright or too dark

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Sun, 11 May 2008 12:01:13 +0000
Image Noise http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/image-noise.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/image-noise.html Tips to avoid image noise

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Sun, 11 May 2008 12:11:31 +0000
Depth of Field http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/depth-of-field.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/depth-of-field.html Depth of field defines the spatial depth of an image captured in sharp focus. It can be adjusted depending on the situation and creative requirements.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Mon, 19 May 2008 19:34:52 +0000
Aspect Ratio http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/aspect-ratio.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/aspect-ratio.html In analog photography with 35mm technology, an aspect ratio of 3:2 was the norm (e.g. film format 24x36mm). Derived from this film format, classic image sizes 10x15, 20x30, 30x45 appeared.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Mon, 02 Nov 2009 12:55:34 +0000
Shutter lag http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/shutter-lag.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/shutter-lag.html Tips to avoid/reduce shutter lag

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Sun, 11 May 2008 12:10:02 +0000
Digital Zoom http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/digital-zoom.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/digital-zoom.html The way a digital zoom works is comparable to enlarging an image section during post-processing on the computer. In both cases no further image information is available.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Mon, 02 Nov 2009 15:27:19 +0000
Dust on the Image Sensor http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/dust-on-the-image-sensor.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/dust-on-the-image-sensor.html This problem primarily occurs on digital single-lens reflex cameras. One of the causes is changing the lens and the level of camera and lens cover dust attraction. Abrasion of the mechanical elements can also dirty the sensor.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Mon, 02 Nov 2009 09:18:24 +0000
Defect Memory Card http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/defect-memory-card.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/defect-memory-card.html Photos disappeared? Just yesterday you were looking at the photos on your camera and now they are gone. The camera is unwaveringly refusing to reproduce the photographs, to store new images on the card and a notice appears saying “card error“ or it requests formatting. 

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Sat, 19 Dec 2009 08:45:16 +0000
Defect Image Sensor http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/defect-image-sensor.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/defect-image-sensor.html Defect image sensors occur very rarely. Compact cameras tend to incline towards this problem. On single-lens reflex cameras this problem hardly ever occurs. Should you be confronted with this problem, contact your dealer.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Sat, 19 Dec 2009 08:55:02 +0000
Problems with camera display screens http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/problems-with-camera-display-screens.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/problems-with-camera-display-screens.html Especially if the surrounding lighting is very bright, many photographers that use digital photography have trouble reading the camera’s screen as it often overpowers the display’s lighting.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Sun, 01 Nov 2009 17:21:45 +0000
Empty Battery http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographyfundamentals/digital-specific-problems/empty-battery.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographyfundamentals/digital-specific-problems/empty-battery.html In analog photography, most of the modern cameras were already dependant on a battery to power light meters, film transport, shutters and autofocus. This dependency has grown more acute in digital photography.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Thu, 08 Jan 2009 18:34:10 +0000
Perspective distortion / Sloping horizon http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/perspective-distortion-sloping-horizon.html http://www.little-photo-college.net/photographic-problem-situations/perspective-distortion-sloping-horizon.html If the subject contains parallel lines, it is especially important to hold the camera parallel to the subject. If the camera is tilted too far, perspective distortion can occur.

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mail@kleine-fotoschule.de (DaMichi33) Photographic problem situations Tue, 06 Jan 2009 10:03:54 +0000