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…

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HOW TO CONFLICT THE MONOCHROME REGIME?
One of the advantages of digital photography is the ease of converting images to black and white. Now a black and white image is available in the same way as…

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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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SAL LEUTER: THE FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF COLOR STREET PHOTOS, A GREAT DIFFERENCY
Not receiving support from the family Saul Leiter (Saul Leiter) put a lot of effort to develop their creative potential. Glory to the photographer came unexpectedly when he was over…

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CLOUD PHOTOGRAPHY, OR WHY A CLOUD COLLECTION IS NEEDED

The sky is the most abstract and dynamic canvas at the disposal of the photographer. This is an endless source of inspiration that can bring soul to a boring photo. It is a key element of almost all landscape shots. The problem is that it is often very difficult to properly adjust the exposure for sky and earth at the same time. Continue reading

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

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 the whole picture at once is to turn the panorama into a small planet. This will create an unusual and interesting image that will look like a real little planet, taken from above with a fisheye lens. Continue reading

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NATURAL LIGHT: HOW TO USE WHAT GIVES US TO THE SUN
NATURAL LIGHT: HOW TO USE WHAT GIVES US TO THE SUN If you are just starting to work in the world of photography and cannot afford modern lighting fixtures for…

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SAL LEUTER: THE FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF COLOR STREET PHOTOS, A GREAT DIFFERENCY
Not receiving support from the family Saul Leiter (Saul Leiter) put a lot of effort to develop their creative potential. Glory to the photographer came unexpectedly when he was over…

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