5 Aug

http://www.cambridg eincolour. com/tutorials. htm

Learn how to take and edit digital photographs using visual tutorials
that emphasize concept over procedure, independent of specific digital
camera or lens. Topics range from basic camera tips to advanced


* Cameras
* Understanding Digital Camera Sensors
* Understanding Camera Metering & Exposure
* Understanding Camera Lenses: Focal Length & Aperture
* Choosing a Camera Lens Filter: Polarizers, UV, ND & GND (NEW)
* Understanding Depth of Field
* Understanding Camera Autofocus (NEW)
* Understanding RAW Files: Why Should I Use RAW?
* Camera Lens Flare: What It Is and How to Reduce It
* Understanding the Hyperfocal Distance
* Imaging
* A Background on Color Perception
* Understanding Digital Pixels: PPI, Dithering and Print Size
* Understanding Bit Depth
* Understanding Image Types: JPEG & TIFF
* Understanding Histograms, Part 1: Tones & Contrast
* Understanding Histograms, Part 2: Luminance & Color
* Understanding Image Noise
* Understanding Sharpness
* Understanding White Balance
* Understanding Image Posterization
* Understanding Dynamic Range
* Understanding Digital Image Interpolation


* Using “Levels” in Photoshop
* Using “Curves” in Photoshop
* Sharpening Using an “Unsharp Mask”
* Using Local Contrast Enhancement
* Converting a Color Photo Into Black & White
* A Closer Look at Resizing an Image for the Web & Email
* Optimizing Digital Photo Enlargement
* Averaging Images to Reduce Noise
* A Flexible Depth of Field Calculator
* Color Management
* Color Management, Part 1: Concept & Overview
* Color Management, Part 2: Color Spaces
* Color Management, Part 3: Color Space Conversion
* Working Space Comparison: sRGB vs. Adobe RGB 1998


* Understanding Diffraction: Pixel Size, Aperture and Airy Disks
* Digital Camera Sensor Sizes: How Do These Influence Photography?
* Using the High Dynamic Range (HDR) Feature in Photoshop CS2/CS3
* Tilt/Shift Lenses: Using Shift Movements to Control Perspective (NEW)
* Tilt/Shift Lenses: Using Tilt Movements to Control Depth of Field (NEW)
* Intro and Common Obstacles in Night Photography
* Photo Stitching Digital Panoramas, Part 1: Overview & Capture
* Photo Stitching Digital Panoramas, Part 2: Using Stitching Software (NEW)
* Photo Stitching Digital Panoramas: Image Projections

http://www.cambridg eincolour. com/techniques. htm

Camera equipment has made great strides in being able to mimic our
visual perception in a single photograph. However, despite all of
this progress, many key limitations still remain. Our eye can discern
a far greater range of light to dark (dynamic range), is able to
realize a broader range of colors (color spaces), and can assess what
is white in a given scene (white balance) far better than any
photographic equipment.


Cambridge in Colour was started in 2005, and has since grown
substantially both in content and in the number of visitors it
attracts. On any given day this site has well over 10,000 different
people learning about photography, viewing the gallery and
contributing to the forums. Thank you to all those who have helped
share this site with others.


Please send feedback or any other enquiries to the following email:
email: sean@cambridgeincol our.com

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