In digital photography, bracketing is the technique of shooting a number of pictures of the same subject and viewpoint at different levels of exposure. Half or one f-stop (+/-) differences are usually selected depending on subject.
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In tree structures, a branch is a single line of the tree that ends with a leaf. The Windows File Manager, for example, has an Expand Branch command that shows all sub-directories of a specified directory.
A selection of products or services that are identified by the product name or the name of the company who manufacturers the products and services. A brand is something that a consumer marketplace can associate back to the company.
- bread crumbs
A Web site navigation technique. Bread crumbs typically appear horizontally near the top of a Web page, providing links back to each previous page that the user navigates through in order to get to the current page. Basically, they provide a trail for the user to follow back to the starting/entry point of a Web […]
- breadcrumb navigation
A type of text-based Web site navigation that breaks the site into links of categories and sub-categories allowing major categories of information to be linked in a range of sequential order. Breadcrumb navigation is displayed to the user, so they can easily see exactly where that Web page is located within the Web site. While […]
- break-out box
(1) A box that contains both connectors and ports that are used for attaching video and audio peripherals. A break-out box is part of a video digitizing systems. (2) A self-powered device used to test and rewire serial communications. It enables users to switch, cross and tie interface leads. One common type of break-out box […]