Art & Engineering
3.5 The digital Photography

In the adjacent back light shot, the foreground is brightened with a flashlight. The higher the flash intensity, the more the lens must be dimmed; the distant background gets darker. To keep the background out of focus, do not dim too much, but reduce the shutter speed. Shutter speeds shorter than the X-flash synchronization time are only possible with the HSS TTL AUTO flash technology. The flash intensity remains constant throughout the time the slot of the shutter sweeps across the sensor.

Both pictures show the same motif in the Photo Study. For one image, the gradation curve, i.e. the brightness distribution of individual colour channels, was changed. One receives a Pop Art similar representation.

More about digital and analogue photography can be found at the following blue links:

What has not changed?
What has changed?
Digital Image Sensors.
Sensor Formats.
Sensor Error (artifacts).
Properties of the Lenses.
DSLR- and DSL-Cameras.
The Rangefinder Camera.