lighting: light that comes
from behind the subject toward the camera
mount: to mount a print
so that there is no border between the edges of the print and the
edges of the mounting surface
up: describes highlight
areas that lack formal texture and detail. Due to excess contrast
caused by overexposure or overdevelopment
sheets of absorbent paper made expressly for photographic use, wet
prints dry when placed between blotters
light: light that does
not travel directly from its source to the subject but is first
reflected off another surface
to make sever exposures, some greater and some less than the exposure
that is calculated to be correct. Bracketing allows for error and
permits selection of the best exposure after development.
a subjective impression of the lightness of an object. The correct
term for the measurable quantity of light reflected or produced
by an object is luminance.
lighting: Portrait lighting
in which the main source of light illuminates the side of the face
turned most toward the camera.
meter: a reflected-light
exposure meter built into a camera so that light reading cam be
made directly from camera position
a shutter setting marked B at which the shutter remains open
as long as the shutter release is held down.
to darken a specific area of a print by giving it additional printing