Monthly Archives: March 2012

Exercise: Your camera’s dynamic range

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The highlight section of the image that I used to set the exposure where clipping was removed is the bright white card.  I did so by reading the camera histogram, but also by checking the “clipping blink” warning. This is … Continue reading

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Exercise: Your tolerance for noise

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I shot at a range of ISO settings from 100 to 3200 but it seemed useful only to show only the extremes.  These are the full scenes and at this web resolution there isn’t much difference although you can identify … Continue reading

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Exercise: Sensor linear capture

Histogram clearly illustrates the characteristics of linear capture. Most light is captured at the dark end of the scale which implies those photosites will fill up quickly while the photosites at the light end of the scale take more photons … Continue reading

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Assignment 1 submission

DPP Assignment 1 student submission

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Exercise: Your own workflow 2

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For an assignment for another module I had to find buildings and record a few images that showed its function. I decide to go into London for the day with the aim of going into Southwark Cathedral, which I had … Continue reading

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