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iLightPaint: The Camera and its MoodsA funny yet informative beginner's guide to photographyiLightPaint: The Camera and its Moods by ~letTheColorsRumble
Only people can have moods, the camera is so amazing it has all the traits of human beings and their eyes.
Talking about the digital camera (since the everyone is going digital) .
The angle of view depends on the type of lens we attach to the camera and the type of sensor present inside the camera's body.
Generally, our eyes have an angle of view to that of the 50 mm lens on a full-frame body. Full frames are professional grade cameras. Consumer cameras have cropped sensors by a factor of 1.5 to 2, that means they are smaller and the angle of view of the lens is multiplied by that factor. Thus, a 50 mm on a cropped sensor body (DX in Nikon, APS-C 1.6x in Canon) has an angle of view of a lens of 75 mm or 80 mm on a full-frame body. [D-SLR camera bodies]
# Iris: Diaphragm of the aperture of a lens, made from several moving blades to change to size of the aperture as required
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