An aperture set at f/2 is twice as big as one set at f/2.8 and four times larger than f/4. What’s Pi got to do with f/stops, and why do we use such a seemingly arbitrary numbering system? Continue reading to learn the answers to these and a few more arcane aperture facts.
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I had a thought the other day: what if smartphones had the same image quality as full-frame DSLR’s? How would this change photography, and how we shoot? But imagine if we lived in a world where a smartphone camera had as good image quality as a full-frame DSLR camera.
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After spending much of the last 5-6 months on this blog, and even longer before that, extensively criticizing Islam, I have decided that now is an appropriate time, to discuss the some elements of the Quran more specifically.
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In this chapter, we will explore some passages of Scripture which touch upon the topics of astronomy and astrophysics. It is interesting that many of the Bible’s statements about astronomy went against the generally accepted teachings of the time.
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By the middle of the first decade of this century the digital revolution had transformed photography so completely that that the ranks of film cameras in production were decimated.
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