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
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
Shooting in these two places will make you learn about all kinds of light, be creative in posing and help you create images that are full of content and all the elements of art.
When a portrait photographer starts his career with his first camera, he has something to learn. Since there are endless ways to explore photography, it’s hard to find some really worthwhile starting point. Continue reading