“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
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 size, and then the camera will automatically calculate the missing part of the exposure setting. Consider which mode and when to use, how to work with them, and in what cases you should still choose a manual shooting mode. Continue reading
Ernst Haas (Ernst Haas), one of the greatest masters of photography of the XX century, was born March 2, 1921 in Vienna. His creative potential manifested itself quite early. In his youth, Ernst was fond of painting. His mother, being a great connoisseur of art, influenced the formation of a good taste in a young man. It is her opinion and assessment that will be important to the photographer throughout her life. Continue reading
9 MISTAKES IN WORKING WITH THE STAND WHICH MAY REMOVE YOUR PICTURES AND REDUCE THE RISK TO THE CAMERA
9 errors when using a tripod
First push the small sections of the leg of the tripod.
Tighten handles and leg clamps.
Raise the central column.
Incorrectly or too loosely attach the tripod head to the legs.
Place the tripod legs on an uneven surface incorrectly.
Place the camera in the tripod platform incorrectly. Continue reading
The moving images that we see when watching videos and movies are actually just an optical illusion of the human brain. At a speed of about 30 frames per second, the movement caused by this stream of still images becomes indistinguishable from the perceived movement of actually moving objects. That is why photography and cinematography have always been connected. Continue reading