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What is Lens Diffraction?

Lens diffraction is something that every landscape photographer has to deal with. Whether you’re using a top of the line lens or a very cheap one, lens diffraction is undeniably going to impact your images. 18 more words

Lens Diffraction In Photography

This is one of the best explanations of diffraction in photography I’ve ever heard. Steve is clear, shows great examples and I must say, he cleared up a lot of “diffraction” in my brain about diffraction in my camera. 194 more words


Color Trivia

Color is an interesting thing, it’s both quantitative and qualitative. Today, I’m going to talk about its quantitative nature. I’m sure most people know that visible light comes from a specific region of the electromagnetic spectrum, but they probably don’t understand why certain things are specific colors. 1,764 more words



I’ve been shooting down at f/16-f/22 a lot over the last few months and noticed a debatable slip in sharpness on a lot of my images. 115 more words


Quantum Physics/art journalling

My prompt was ‘Everything can be our teacher’ I was struggling with what imagery to use – the last few pages I have done just fell into place really easily. 258 more words

Cloud Iridescence along the Alps and in Hungary

On January 10, 2015, unusually bright and colourful iridescent clouds were observed along the Alps between Switzerland and Hungary. To display the huge area in which the observations were made, Kevin Förster plotted all known observations into the satellite image taken at 12 noon that day. 400 more words


Depth of Field

The next stage of development in Foundation of Photography is Depth of Field. This area covers Depth of Field, DOF and sensor size, DOF and background size and Deep DOF and diffaction artifacts.

Foundation Of Photography