SATURATION AND VIBRANCE - WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
The well-known Saturation and Vibrance sliders in post-processing programs are used by photographers of all genres. But do you know the difference between them and the effect that can be…

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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…

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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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WOMAN PIONEERS AFFECTING THE HISTORY OF THE PHOTO
The history of women photographers originates from the photo itself. Nevertheless, while male names fell to the top of a photographic spoken language, the contribution of women leveled or was…

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HOW TO CREATE A FUNNY VARIOUS COLOR IMAGES WITH THE HELP OF A POLARIZATION FILTER

The keystone in modern manufacturing is plastic. And this is a really amazing thing. Look around – you will see a variety of plastic materials used in an endless variety of products. From small pens to airplanes – yes, even modern commercial aircraft reduce weight by incorporating plastic components into the design. Continue reading

CHRISTOPHER PILLITZ – ATTENTIVE PHOTORPORTER AND MASTER OF THE STAY PHOTO

Argentine Christopher Pillitz (Christopher Pillitz) is considered one of the best documentary photographers and publicists of our time. He was born in 1958 in the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires. At the age of twenty went to the UK. The London rhythm of life quickly captivated the young man. True, at that moment he did not plan to seriously link his life with photography, but concentrated on the hotel and restaurant business. Continue reading

WHAT IS STEREOSCOPY AND WHAT IT IS NECESSARY TO KNOW ABOUT IT

“Stereoscopy” sounds like something new and complex for many ordinary people and even for some photographers. But in fact, this is a simple concept that has existed for quite a few years. It is widely known as 3D photography.

It is based on the theory formulated by Charles Wheatstone as early as the 1830s, when he invented and created a stereoscope. Continue reading

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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HOW SMALL AND BIG PLANETS ARE CREATED
Panoramic photography can achieve a viewing angle of 360 degrees. Such an image is difficult to print and see entirely because of its "contrasting" aspect ratio. One way to show…

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