Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Double-Processing White Balance
Whether your goal is perfect neutrality or creating an effect, you can use this technique to refine the colors in your images
Not all white lights are the same. Differences in white light are commonly described by their color temperatures (rated in Kelvin). The lower the number, the warmer the light; the higher the number, the cooler the light. Light temperature has a significant effect on exposure, calibration, printing and display.
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Extending Depth Of Field
Using multiple exposures and sound camera and software technique, you can defy the laws of physics
The ability to reproduce detail is one of the essential characteristics that defines the photographic medium. While there are many similarities between the camera eye and the human eye, there are also significant differences between the two. One of the most significant differences is that the camera eye can achieve a much greater area of focus than the human eye can at one time. This has never been more true than today.