Tag Archives: Photographic Skills

Bokeh

Background subtraction is a big problem in machine vision. The ability to somehow figure out which objects in an image are closer than other objects has many application. The simplest is in object segmentation and subsequent detection/recognition. Object detection refers … Continue reading

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Image Stacking

I recently read an article about some scientists travelling around the world, taking high-definition pictures of different species of Ants (link). I was intrigued, and wanted to find out how they do what they do. I think I found out, … Continue reading

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Aperture Control

This post is about the most important setting people with bridge/DSLR cameras do not know about. I will tell you why in a second, but first, some technical stuff: Aperture is the size of the area through while light passes on … Continue reading

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Rule of Thirds

The very first time I went out with a camera and took pictures using a film roll with 36 pictures, only 14 pictures came out as I had hoped. My creative vision was too much for an old Yashica to … Continue reading

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Color regions in black and white Images

Recently I saw a few photographs in a magazine where majority of the picture is black and white, except for a certain region which is in color. Few other examples of such images are used to show only one color, … Continue reading

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