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Ley de reciprocidad - CasanovaFotoBlog. Hoy vamos a explicar un concepto que tiene un nombre muy pedante pero que en realidad es bastante sencillo, la ley de la reciprocidad.

Ley de reciprocidad - CasanovaFotoBlog

En el vídeo os lo explicamos gráficamente, tomando como ejemplo una jarra de agua y un vaso. Os lo contamos aquí también, para complementar la explicación. Guía Detallada: Cómo Calibrar tu Monitor Para La Fotografía. Desde que llegó la era digital al ámbito de la fotografía, el monitor del ordenador se ha vuelto una de las piezas fundamentales a la hora de procesar nuestro trabajo fotográfico.

Guía Detallada: Cómo Calibrar tu Monitor Para La Fotografía

Ya sea para visualizar, editar y hasta compartir nuestras fotografías, el paso por un ordenador es casi obligatorio. Distancia focal de brida. No confundir con distancia focal.

Distancia focal de brida

Diagrama ilustrando la distancia focal de brida en una cámara SLR y en una no SLR. Lista de tipos de montura según su distancia focal de brida[editar] History of photographic lens design. Cutaway drawing of an early photographic lens design, the Petzval Portrait The invention of the camera in the early 19th century has led to a large array of lens designs intended for photography.

History of photographic lens design

Monitor/EVF Holder. Untitled. History of photographic lens design. Spherical aberration. Not to be confused with barrel distortion, in which the image appears to be warped onto a sphere.

Spherical aberration

The bottom example depicts a real lens with spherical surfaces, which produces spherical aberration: The different rays do not meet after the lens in one focal point. The further the rays are from the optical axis, the closer to the lens they intersect the optical axis (positive spherical aberration). (Drawing is exaggerated.) What is the Aspect Ratio? (4:3, 16:9, 21:9) A TV's (and every other image's) aspect ratio is the proportion between the width and the height of a picture.

What is the Aspect Ratio? (4:3, 16:9, 21:9)

It is often expressed in the W:H format, where W is the width and H the height. For example, a 16:9 aspect ratio means that for a width of 16 units, the height must be 9 units. The most common aspect ratios in the video industry. Most televisions and computer monitors currently available have an aspect ratio of 16:9, which offers a perfect fit for high definition television shows. However, movies are usually filmed with a ratio of 21:9, which will result in black bars at the top and bottom of the picture when it is displayed on the average TV.

In theaters, this is why the screen widens at the beginning of a movie. Everything You Wanted To Know About Rolling Shutter. Rolling Shutter is the way that most DSLR are shooting video.

Everything You Wanted To Know About Rolling Shutter

(and point and shoots and iPhones too). For 95% of the time it does not really matter what type of shutter is used for capturing video, in the other 5% it matters a lot. Following is a break down and explanation of what is Rolling Shutter why it is being used and what are its quarks. Rolling Shutter vs. Total Shutter. La temperatura de color: cómo conseguir el ambiente ideal con lámparas LED.

Temperatura de color. A Tedious Explanation of the f/stop. By Matthew Cole Photographers set their exposure using a combination of shutter speeds and f/stops to get the correct amount of light on the sensor (or film).

A Tedious Explanation of the f/stop

The shutter speed regulates how long the sensor is exposed to light coming through the lens. The f/stop regulates how much light is allowed through the lens by varying the size of the hole the light comes through. For any given film speed (ISO) and lighting combination there is one correct amount of light to properly expose the image. Photography and Math. Photography and Math Copyright 2004, 2010, Mark D.

Photography and Math

Martin, All rights reserved [This article was originally a study guide written for 7th and 8th grade math students for a mini unit on photography and math. It incorporates many concepts taught in middle school math including some basic algebra, fractions, decimals, ratios, sequences, area of a circle, metric measurement, and measuring angles. Students had been taught all of these concepts before the unit. This unit helped them apply that knowledge to a real world setting. I. Everything You Wanted To Know About Rolling Shutter. Confused About Codecs? This Video Tutorial Will Teach You What You Need to Know.

Codecs are complicated.

Confused About Codecs? This Video Tutorial Will Teach You What You Need to Know

They're also an extremely important aspect of image quality, so having a basic understanding of how they work can be beneficial. Unfortunately, for young and old filmmakers alike, trying to unravel and decipher some of the engineering concepts behind how video encoding actually works can be a bit like trying to paint a barn with a toothbrush. Complex questions abound. Director de fotografía. 70 mm film. Faded vintage 70 mm positive film with 4 magnetic strips containing 6-channel stereo sound History[edit] Films formatted with a width of 70 mm have existed since the early days of the motion picture industry. The first 70 mm format film was most likely footage of the Henley Regatta, which was projected in 1896 and 1897, but may have been filmed as early as 1894. Everything You Wanted To Know About Rolling Shutter.

COLORES ADITIVOS Y SUSTRACTIVOS. Los colores se dividen en dos grandes ramas, los colores aditivos y los colores sustractivos. El color aditivo es un fenómeno en el que al adicionar mas colores se obtiene más luz, más luminosidad. Usualmente al color aditivo se le suele llamarcolor luz, los soportes en los que los colores aditivos se producen son en sí muy contemporáneos.

(La pantalla del computador, la pantalla del televisor, etc.) Los tonos primarios del color aditivo son: Azul, verde, rojo. Desde ellos se obtienen todos los colores de la naturaleza, también les son llamados RGB. Patrón de Moiré. En óptica, un patrón de Moiré (pronunciado /muaré/ [mwa.ˈʀe]) es un patrón de interferencia que se forma cuando se superponen dos rejillas de líneas con un cierto ángulo, o cuando tales rejillas tienen tamaños ligeramente diferentes. Un patrón de Moiré, formado por dos conjuntos de líneas paralelas, un conjunto inclinado en un ángulo de 5 grados respecto al otro. No Film School. Technical Articles. Lenguajes Metz. B) Thefrugalfilmmaker. Make a PVC Table Dolly for Under $20. Fig rig. $15 DIY DSLR Steadicam "The Silver Flyer" Stabilizer. SLR Lenses. Sitio Web Oficial de GoPro: la cámara más versátil del mundo. 6 Incredibly Awesome Uses Of Camera Rigs.

It’s hard to get excited about something as technical as that thing that makes cameras not fall down on film sets, especially these days, when you can make a successful film without even going through the effort of picking up a camera at all. Even if you are shooting a live action film, thanks to the realism of CGI, computers are now able to put a lens wherever you need it to be – this is why I think we need to take a second to celebrate some of the hard working pieces of lightweight metal that were behind a few of the more bitchin’ shots out there. These rigs got the shot done, computers be damned!

6. Motion Control Split Screen in The Rules Of Attraction Motion control has been around a while now – but what made this shot so impressive wasn’t the rig, but how rig was used, observe: Pretty damn slick, right? It did prove to be a little difficult on the actors, whose actions, dialogue, and even line of sight had to be coordinated exactly with not only each other, but the rig as well. 5. Indie Filmmaker Buying Guide: Top Camcorders From $2000 - $6000. These days, calling yourself a "budget" or "indie" filmmaker can mean a wide variety of things. Many indie film productions operate on multimillion dollar budgets, but many people who attempt to finance their own movies can only dream about having that kind of cash.

It's true, lots of "budget" films are really "no-budget" films, and the list of movies made for less than $10,000 is growing every year. dedicated to the Art of Film Sound Design & Film Sound Theory. The Great Camera Shootout 2011: Episode 1 ~ "The Tipping Point"

A Tripod-On-Skates Lets Amateurs Pull Off Hollywood-Quality Camera Moves. What’s the difference between a compelling, immersive short film and a throwaway piece of sub-viral crap? Not video resolution: nowadays, when every cat-filming schmoe has an HD video camera in his smartphone and the DSLR revolution has unleashed a tsunami of bokeh onto, you need more than sharp pictures and good lenses to make an impact. According to Justin Jensen, an engineer-cum-amateur photographer/filmmaker who studied Computational Photography at the MIT Media Lab, "I realized that video quality is no longer limited by resolution, but instead by stabilization. " Tools &Utilities for filmmakers. You've now entered the Dependent Films Download Center. It's unbelievable 1) how much these files can help, and 2) how hard all of these tools are to find on the net.