SOFTBOX OVERVIEW FOR FOTOKVANT SBK-40 AND SBK-40EX CHAMBER FLASHES
What does an amateur photographer use as a dope? Far from the last place in the list is the purchase of equipment and accessories. My arsenal of light modifiers for…

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5 UNUSUAL COUNCILS ON THE SNOW PHOTOGRAPHY, WHICH CAN CHANGE YOUR WINTER IMAGES
Winter is in full swing - it's time to get out and wander through the snow in search of magical shots. Did you use any of the following winter shooting…

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TIPS FROM PROFESSIONALS TO PHOTOJOURNALISTS FOR SHOOTING ON PROTESTS AND MASS Disorders
Equipment Consider two types of lenses: wide-angle and telephoto. For what? A wide one will show you the whole picture, the whole frame, flags, slogans, etc., and help you to…

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7 TIPS ON THE USE OF GESTALT THEORY FOR A BETTER COMPOSITION

Gestalt theory appeared around the 1920s and explains some of the ways in which people perceive their own world around them. The basic idea is that when faced with a visually chaotic picture, the human mind simplifies it to more recognizable patterns and forms. The gestalt theory gives an idea of ​​the pattern recognition process that occurs when people look at photos. Once you understand the principles of this theory, you can use them to improve the composition of your photos. Continue reading

CONDUCT A PHOTOSESSION OF LOVE STORY INDEPENDENTLY. 15 TIPS FOR FINE PHOTOS AT CANDLES
Have you ever tried to take a picture by candlelight on a digital camera? The results can be simply stunning - the warm glow of the flickering flame reflected on…

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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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PASSION, ROMANCE AND ACUTE DESIRE, OR WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF THE KISSING PEOPLE
A selection of photos showing couples kissing and how people felt differently in front of the camera. The end of the late Victorian era. All images from the collection of…

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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…

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