DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND ITS MARKETING STRATEGIES Digital Photography (one of the several forms of digital imaging) refers to a form of photography in which cameras are used which contain arrays of electronic photo detectors are used to capture the pictures which are focused by a lens as opposed to an exposure on photographic film. The images clicked are digitized and stored as a computer file ready for further digital processing, viewing, publishing or printing. Earlier, photographs were made by exposing light sensitive photographic film and paper, processed in liquid chemical solutions to develop and stabilize the image. Computer tomography scanners and radio telescopes can also create digital images. Evolution In the late 1990s the first consumer digital
Digital SLR single reflex camera is the most often used camera in crime scene investigations. Digital cameras have twelve megapixel, or greater image sensors and manual exposure settings. In addition, digital cameras have the option of automatic or programmed exposure modes. There are numerous factors involved in the quality of digital photographs when selecting equipment, such as close-up capabilities, availability of accessories and even printer used to print the digital photograph. With the advancement in technology, digital cameras are more common and have become easily more accessible and cost efficient than film cameras.
E-books and online magazines are part of it. With so much of experience in digital media graphics, our designers provide their quality services at a very attractive price. For interactive Web design, our designers are fluent in all the programming languages, like Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML). The most Web-based animation is created using Adobe Flash. They are also familiar with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
The effects can be achieved in various ways by setting the right angles; drawing interest in certain aspects of the subject using various lenses and using natural or artificial light to your advantage. Equipments such as lenses, filters, lighting fixtures and tripods are often deployed in photography. In case you are using a digital camera, you will need a computer to help you edit the images and storage devices such as flash drives, memory card and compact drives to store your data. The editing process involves articulating raw image captured using the camera lens using special computer software. Common procedures include resizing the photo, recalculating the colorization and adding special effects among other processes to achieve desired result.
It is a wide service which over voice, video, data and other network services. As a fast and flexible integrate service, ISDN has the following benefits: 1. It usually provides two channels and it can translate in a faster data transfer rates. 2. It provides multiple channel functionality.
The choice between a digital photo and a printed copy is the photographer. The choice is mostly opinion because there are many pros and cons for both ways. However, the printed photo seems to have more significant pros than the digital. That being said, overall the printed photo has far more pros than the digital copy. Some photos are passed down throughout generations; if a family knows where these pictures are, than they can be passed down easier than if the photo is on a database that requires a password to access them.
The masked object acts like a screen in which the background is projected using video camera. The format of the video should be digital for easy processing. COMPUTER: Powerful computers synthesize graphics and superimpose on real world image on augmented outputs. Computer reckons perspective to simulate the reality and modify the captured image into the image that will be projected on the clock. This technique is image based rendering.
Fingerprints are taken as the important measure for uniquely identifying a person. In general there are four types of representations schemes which are used to represent a fingerprint. They are phase image, grayscale image, minutiae image and skeleton image. Among these minutiae templates are safer to be stored in database because they lose many features of original fingerprint, so they cannot be misused. Our project deals with reconstruction of fingerprint image efficiently from minutiae templates.
Editing software programmes haves transformed the dynamics of editing process which now involves a temptation for editors to make use of special effects for juxtaposing visuals. Do these software packages pave the way for changes in the nature of documentary film making is an area of enquiry today. Digital theorists have noted the possibility of computer software to merge existing tradition of photography, information design, and the varieties of moving image production (Lister 2005:305) into an expanded palette for motion graphics. According to Manovich, the result is a distinctive ‘hybrid, intricate, complex and rich visual language’ (Manovich 2006: 11). Therefore, it is worthwhile to make an attempt to examine what is new about how we produce, disseminate, and receive moving images in the context of documentary films in India.
The Modern world has become more visualized in every aspect due to the high influence in media. 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual. This means that any message you want to convey will have a better chance of being perceived if it is in the form of an image. As humans, it’s natural for us to communicate visually. Images are processed rapidly and people are