The process of organizing and saving digital images (or other files) for ready retrieval and research.
The flaws in a lens that distort, however slightly, the image.
The opening behind the camera lens through which light passes on its way to the CCD.
A flaw in a digital image.
The result of shooting with a light source, natural or artificial, behind the subject to create a silhouette or rim-lighting effect.
An artifact of color graduation in computer imaging, when graduated colors break into larger blocks of a single color, reducing the “smooth” look of a proper graduation.
BIT (BINARY DIGIT)
The smallest data unit of binary computing, being a single 1 or 0. Eight bits make up ...