Photography is an art of combining the light and shadow to present the image of lines, colors, shapes and depth. And brightness is the product of the light that works as one of the fundamental elements of photography. Brightness not only influences the outlook of the photography work, it also plays an important part in the photo-editing. Let’s have a read of what exactly does brightness mean in photography.
Brightness is a term used to describe the intensity of the light; for example how strong the light appears to our eyes. It is also referred to as luminance in the display industry. A higher value of brightness indicates that there is more light entering our eyes while a lower value of brightness means that there is less light. White in a scene is defined as the maximum brightness, for example the sun; whereas black is defines as the minimum brightness, for example a dark shadow.
Photographer can utilize brightness on the display to enhance their work; however unwanted brightness caused by the ambient lighting could hinder the quality of work. The shading hood that is customized for the photographer monitor can reduce glare and ensure accurate color reproduction.
BenQ Photographer Monitor Includes a Detachable Shading Hood