Additional convenient features include the 'Best Shot' setting, an easy, automatic camera set up for various photographic situations; the 'Business Shot' setting, allowing the user to take a trapezoidal distorted picture of a projector, white board, document or business card from a side angle and correct it to a rectangle automatically; the 'Auto Macro' setting that removes the need to change the focus mode between normal and macro manually; and a 'Flash Assist' setting that makes up for underexposure
by insufficient flash light.
For this human bond finds its visual expression not simply in the gestures and faces of Attia's subjects but in the very space and composition of the photos; not only the physical closeness and warm tonalities, but much more subtly, the visual stability of these images, devoid of the plunging vantage points, blurring, dissymmetry, and underexposure
that spell "sordid.
Best In Class Underexposure
Latitude: PORTRA films provide the greatest latitude among professional color films (-2 to+3 stops), enabling photographers to shoot with confidence even under challenging lighting conditions.
Key downward pressures on the DSI 400 included a greater concentration on technology and an underexposure
to energy and utilities, two sectors that performed well in 2000.
In addition to the formal play on posture and gesture, Felten-Massinger exploit the possibilities of color, not only through more patent subversion of the Cibachrome--in Autoportrait double, Caravana Obscura I/I, 1997, for example, the underexposure
of the image creates a slightly red-tinged tonality--but also through the use of makeup and costume.
Fujifilm ETERNA500 Color Negative Film, the company's new highly versatile motion picture tungsten balanced color negative film announced last fall, offers ultra-fine grain through Super Nano-structured Sigma Grain Technology; consistent gray balance over a broad range from underexposure
to overexposure, and stable reproduction of skin tones;
With conventional flash metering, dark or highly reflective subjects can deceive the metering system and cause over or underexposure
The screen image shows any over- or underexposure
, motion, or focus problems caused by improper photographic techniques.
When the camcorders are set in the Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) mode, users can record three consecutive images reflecting normal, underexposure
and overexposure, simply by pressing the photo button once.
The new film family's improved underexposure
latitude of about two f-stops is paired with a tolerance for overexposures up to three stops.
It is management's belief that our product line, although superior in quality, technology and price, has suffered from marketing underexposure
, particularly beyond the borders of Quebec.
Its large dynamic104 range compensates for over-and underexposure
to the images.