Terminology Differences between Painters and Photographers
I noticed in this thread the terms 'high/low key' being used to refer to chroma, instead of what I'm used to in photography where it means 'a light, low contrast image / a dark, high contrast image' respectively.
I've also noticed that words like tint, tone and shade mean different things to artists than photographers. (And sometimes even different things within artists/photographers, but I'll ignore that complication for now.) In photography, 'tint' means to slightly change the hue of something, whereas in painting, it means the result of adding white to a hue.
This was confusing at first when trying to learn painting.
Are there any other terms that mean different things between artists/painters and photographers?
I'd like to make a list of them.