exposure index

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exposure index

[ik′spō·zhər ‚in‚deks]
(graphic arts)
A numerical speed rating of a photosensitive material.
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In just a few of the instances where a comparison between images occurred, such as evaluating the same shot with different film speed settings, the overall reduction of the image size also appears to have resulted in diminishing the differences to nearly imperceptible.
Its four functions--aperture size, shutter speed, film speed and focus--are the only controls you need to take a photograph
I ask Shirin about her own film images, what she calls "magical realism" in Women Without Men: the slight changes in color, focus, and film speed that make the viewing experience more vivid and complex.
By videotaping explosions at up to 1,000 frames per second, dozens of times faster than the film speed for a Hollywood movie, Taddeucci could trace how quickly particles flew from Stromboli's throat.
Film speed (ISO), shutter speed (TV) and aperture (AV) are the elements to play around with if you want to improve your photography.
Photography of the night sky takes some practice but as a start, using a DSLR and tripod, try pointing it at the sky, set the aperture wide open, set the film speed to about 800 and try an exposure of about 30 minutes.
This guide to crime scene photography is for crime scene photographers and investigators who are have a basic understanding of apertures, shutter speeds, film speed, stops of light, and basic exposure calculations.
The latest rumour is that Ajay will be doing Priyadarshan's next film and that this would be the remake of the Hollywood film Speed .
"And with the gorilla on the roof, it was like the film Speed, with added monkey.
Projected at four times conventional film speed, it has a powerful graphic quality,apparentlyat theleadingedgeof projection technology.
"Liz said it was like the film Speed but it was all too real.
The multi-functioning, efficient system provides continuous, regular and smooth film speed. For production of multiple flexible bag formats--including quattro and block bottom--an integrated kanga jaw unit is powered by a linear motor that adds an up and down motion to its rotating jaws.