Controls the size of the hole in the camera that light passes through.
Far view or long shot
Placement of a camera very far or away from the subject so that you see the background around them as well as the subject.
A group of artists, led by Henri Matisse, who believed that color was the formal element most responsible for pictorial coherence and the primary conveyor of meaning.
thin translucent strip or sheet of cellulose coated with an emulsion sensitive
to light, used in a camera to take still or moving pictures.
To fix an image is to stabilize or preserve it. The fixer is solution that is used after development, which removes any light-sensitive silver-halide crystals, making it no longer light sensitive.
The distance between the lens and image when focused for a distant subject.
Part of a two-dimensional artwork that appears to be nearer the viewer or in the front.
When the photographer arranges the subject, foreground, and background within the boundaries of the camera frame.
Painting on lime plaster, wither dry or wet.
The part of the entablature between the architrave and the cornice; also any sculpted or painted band in a building.
of a camera in front of the subject.
that has a use and purpose.