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JOHN FRIEN (JOHN FREE) AND THE “RULE OF THREE” STREET PHOTO
John Free is an eminent American photographer who has gained worldwide fame for his extraordinary work in the street photo genre. The peculiar technique of John Free helped him to reach the heights in street photography, made him one of the brightest representatives of this trend. John Free still remains faithful to the good old film – he believes that each frame is valuable, and the skill of the photographer is the ability to correctly catch it. Continue reading
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 tips?
Use white vignette
The goal of vignetting is to keep eyes from falling off the edge of the image and to look away to the center of the image. Continue reading
HOW TO REMOVE DANCE REPRESENTATIONS IN THEATER?
For many photographers, shooting inside the theater can be a problem. Just because the only thing that the photographer can control is the camera. You will encounter a whole series of difficulties, for example, with poor lighting, dancers moving with great speed, the need to differently and re-configure the camera during the show due to contrasting lighting changes, the prohibition on using flash, and restricting your movements in the theater during the show. Continue reading