See a red light on your smartphone camera? Many people are worried when they first discover this “hidden” surprise, but don’t worry, your phone isn’t spying on you. This red light you see is a feature common to many cameras. Here we will explain what it is and why it’s there.
In photography, Spherical Aberration is a defect in camera lenses that causes light from different points on the object being photographed to come to a focus at different points. Spherical Aberration causes softness of the image and some F‑stop numbers to be incorrect. Spherical Aberration can be corrected with lens elements made of higher quality glass. There are
Winter may be coming to a close in the northern hemisphere, but as far as we are concerned, any time is a good time for snow pictures. Wunderstock has a massive collection of snow images– from gorgeous snow landscapes to ski slopes to macroshots of individual snow flakes. Take a look at some of our favorite snow pictures from our library.
If you found this page after searching for “Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh,” we apologize that this article has nothing to do with the painting. If, however, you are looking for starry night background images, you’re in just the right place! Join us on a celestial journey of pitch black night skies and bright stunning stars.
The saying “less is more” applies to photography just as much as everything else in life. Neutral background images can be great for situations where you want to create visual interest, but don’t want the photo in question to steal the party. This is why ocean images are so popular in business communication. But look closely and you will see that neutral images are far from bland. In fact, they are often interesting enough to stand as works of art on their own. Browse any art museum and you will see neutral-looking works everywhere. With that in mind we encourage you to revisit any preconceptions about the meaning of “neutral” and browse our compilation below with an open mind.
Geometric patterns have long been favored in architecture not just for their innate attractiveness, but also their structural properties. Most geometric patterns are made up of repeated triangles or rhombuses. Occasionally you will see many-sided polygens or circles. Originally championed in Islamic art, geometric patterns aren’t hard to find in modern architcture. From vast steel structures to endless glass patterns, we hope you enjoy the following compliation of geometric patterns from the Wunderstock image library. Many are also suitable for use as desktop background or smartphone wallpaper.