American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A camera lens aperture setting that corresponds to an f-number.
- n. See f-number.
- f(ocal length) + stop. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Notice the decrease in sharpness as I increased the f-stop (decreased the aperture diameter).”
“Few of God's wonders are as inspiring as a waterfall: Ah ... wide-angle lens, 1/8-second exposure (without a tripod), f-stop, let's see ...”
“Buy a camera that goes down to an f-stop of at least 2.8.”
“Contact f-stop focus: top 10 Rock-tographers on Flickr”
“Moath 18 days ago brilliant, @ what f-stop were you filming this?”
“I need to work on depth of field; in olden times that meant shrinking the aperture/cranking up the f-stop with an attendant longer exposure time if I remember correctly.”
“This would indicate (1) low f-stop (2) high pixel count and top quality lens (3)pushing the saturation during processing. 1 and 2 are camera functions, both of which my Canon S2 fall short on.”
“Surefire flashlights are the best of the best and amazing for light painting--just watch that f-stop and shutter speed w/ 120 lumens!”
“Notice the decrease in sharpness as I increased the f-stop decreased the aperture diameter.”
“I wonder why I seemed to have no trouble learning to shoot with the Nikon rangefinder, with having to read the light & calculate the f-stop & shutter speed; or the various Minolta SLRs I went through; but this bloody Nikon DSLR just makes me want to drop-kick it across the Puget Sound?”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘f-stop’.
A list of words which yield surprising, beautiful, amusing, or otherwise noteworthy images here on Wordnik.
Phrases, words, ideas that are associated with one or two letters in the English language.
This is *NOT* a place for acronyms or abbreviations, despite the temptation. While phrases ...
being words related to photography and the photographic arts
Good for my image....
Looking for tweets for f-stop.