I gave a talk at EnthusiastiCon on the 6th of June about the very basics of digital photography and how pixels are actually made of lies 🤐
Here's the Talk!
📷 Here are the slides! 📷 (~8MB, PDF)
Other Really Good Resources
- RawTherapee's RawPedia has a really good intro to Demosaicing as well as info on how a bunch of real-world algorithms work!
- How cameras see color: RGB vs RGBW, Bayer vs Fuji X-Trans, Purple isn't real?!
- iFixit's Nikon D600 teardown is extremely cool.
- A Google Search for “Wormies Fuji X-trans” which is kindaaaaa fascinating reading, with regards to seeing how people respond to an abstraction being violated.
If you enjoyed this…
… then you might also like:
- How To: Find and Fix Light Leakages on a Film Camera, which is less technical and more in the “pull things apart and repair them” category
- How Does Lossless Compression in Fuji RAF Files work?, which is a deep dive on something very esoteric, but digital-camera related