01. Analogue vs. Digital
An examination of the analogue and digital tools used for creating a scene of giant gorilla on Empire State Building in King Kong (1933) and King Kong (2005)
02. Working with DSLRs
A Digital Still Image Camera uses a single lens reflex mechanism. It is a digital camera that uses a mechanical mirror and Penta-Prism to direct light from the lens to an optical viewfinder on the back of the camera.
03. Capturing HDRIs
HDRI stands for ‘High Dynamic Range Image’ where Dynamic Range is basically the difference between the lightest and the darkest spot one can capture in a photograph. So we can say that HDRI is a photograph that composes a greater dynamic range between the brightest and darkest areas of the scene than the standard photographs.
04. Capturing Panoramas
A Panoramic Photograph can be described as a wide angle photograph of an entire surrounding area. It is basically a representation of an entire physical space in a single image. Generally Panoramas are created by capturing the images in a row with each image slightly overlapping the previous image. Capturing 360-degree panorama requires shooting of multiple rows of photograph covering the entire scene.