When shooting for another film, the resulting distance should be multiplied by the square root of the sensitivity of your film divided by 100 (1.41 ISO200, 2 to ISO400, etc.) Shutter, shutter speed (born shutter speed): time, during which light affects the photographic material or matrix. Standard range of shutter speeds 1 / 2000, 1 / 1000, 1 / 500, 1 / 250, 1 / 125, 1 / 60, 1 / 30, 1 / 15, 1 / 8, 1 / 4, 1 / 2, 1, 2 seconds, etc. Faster shutter speeds can 'freeze' moving objects, and the long – 'grease'. Viewfinder – this is optical device in the camera for determining the boundaries of space objects depicted shooting lens on a film within the confines of the frame. Vignette – a blackout on the edge of the image in a photo or slide. May be caused by poor lens design, using a blend that does not match this lens or the installation of multiple filters on the outer rim of the lens. Flash – this is a short-term intense pulse of light generated by the flash lamp or electronic flash used to illuminate the scene with low levels of lighting for photography.

Depth of field: the maximum distance between the most neighbor and the most distant object that, when given aperture will be sharp. Depth of field depends on aperture and the distance from the lens to the object. Glamour: Glamour – magic influence causing a person to see objects differently from what they really are.