WHAT IS TFP?
About TFP should know everyone who is somehow connected with photography. TFP (Time for Prints) is a form of transaction in the world of photography, where neither side takes money…

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PRIORITY OF THE EXTRACT AND PRIORITY OF THE DIAPHRAGM: HOW TO LEARN THEIR USE OF THEIR RIGHT
Semi-automatic priority modes shutter speed and aperture you will find in each DSLR. They allow the photographer to manually set the ISO and shutter speed, or the ISO and aperture…

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STANLEY GREEN - MILITARY PHOTOGRAPH, AUTHOR OF "BLACK PASSPORT" AND NOT ONLY
There is no person in the midst of professional photographers and amateurs who would not know the name Stanley Green. He is a talented photo reporter who resisted injustice all…

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PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY. CANON TIPS
Do not be afraid to experiment with different positions for shooting when photographing your loved ones. In the literal sense, bowing before the object of adoration you not only express…

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VADIM HIPPENREATER – PHOTO EET AND FOUNDATION OF THE RUSSIAN SCENERY OF PHOTO ART

The famous Soviet and Russian photographer Vadim Gippenreiter was an extraordinary and multifaceted personality. The talent for photography and the ability to create beautiful pictures were combined with his exceptional skiing abilities. Photography and skiing – two things that accompanied Vadim Hippenreiter throughout his life. Continue reading

WHY YOU MUST HAVE A POLARIZER AND WHEN YOU MUST NOT USE IT.

Ever wondered how professional photographers achieve such a rich, bright color and such a magical atmosphere in their images? BAMC! They use a polarizing filter or simply a polarik! Photography above would be impossible without its application.

Who would have thought that just one piece of thin glass placed on the front of the lens could turn your photos from slurred to stunning frames with one quick turn of your hand? You just have to have a polaroid! Continue reading

HOW TO PHOTOGRAPHIC FIRE, OR FLAME, AS AN OBJECT, ACCENT AND SOURCE OF LIGHT

Fire is an interesting thing. We have a very deep and instinctive relationship with him, so it is not surprising that adding a flame to a photo can have quite a strong influence on the viewer. This article presents a few examples, and also explains how the pictures were taken, and, in addition, set the vector to create your own photos with fire. Continue reading

HOW THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES OF THE PHOTO INFLUENCES THE COMPOSITION ON THE EXAMPLE OF SCENARIZED SHOOTING
Choosing a composition is often the key to understanding between a good landscape photo and a great landscape photo. But the aspect ratio of a photo can create or destroy…

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A SMALL SELF-STICK GUIDE
Have you ever tried to make the perfect self-portrait by holding your smartphone in your outstretched hand? If so, then it seems the time has come to look at such…

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