Background – Objects that are behind the subject of the photography.
Barrel Distortion – Image distortion caused by a lens where straight angles bow outwords.
Bellows – A folding device made of fabric between the lens and camera to allow for extended separation of the lens and film plane. Will allow a standard lens to be used in close-up photography.
Blur – Subjects within the frame move during a long exposure and are recorded during movement. This will cause them to look out of focus and blurry.
/blur-Blur Motion Photography – Motion captured with a long shutter speed causing the moving subject to blur.
Bracketing – After determining the proper exposure settings of the aperture and shutter speed, you then increase and decrease the aperture by a stop to bracket your exposure and ensure the image is properly exposed.
Built-In Light Meter – A device built-in cameras that will help measure the amount of light in a scene to determine the proper aperture and shutter speed settings.