Darren Rowse of the Digital Photography School notes there are many different elements used in photography, including patterns, symmetry, texture, depth of field and lines. These elements of composition help photographer... More »

The element krypton is used as a low-pressure filling gas for fluorescent lights. It is also used in certain photographic flash lamps for high-speed photography. Krypton can be combined with other gases to make luminous ... More »

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Math is integral to successful photography, from calculating apertures and f-stops to focusing and the angle of view. It is not necessary to entirely understand the calculations, but a photographer needs a good grasp of ... More »

Depth of field is a phrase used in photography to describe the zone within a camera lens that appears sharp. The depth of field varies based upon the camera being used, aperture and focus. More »

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Several creative ideas for landscaping in small spaces include separating the area into several small levels, dividing the lawn into functional areas, adding a pergola to give the illusion of space and breaking up a smal... More »

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Asymmetry refers to a lack of symmetry, or balance, in the photograph. In an asymmetrical photograph, if the photograph were to be sliced in half, neither side would be symmetrical. More »

A merger in photography occurs when a background object is directly in front or behind a subject. If there are multiple subjects in the photograph, a merger can also occur if both main subjects overlap with each other or... More »