STEPHEN MAISEL IN FASHION PHOTOS, AND IT'S IN IT
Steven Meisel, one of the most famous commercial photographers of our time, was born on June 5, 1954 in New York. Already since childhood, his originality has become noticeable close.…

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DO YOU NEED A PROFESSIONAL CAMERA TO BECOME A PHOTOGRAPHER?
Have you ever heard that someone said: “My photos would be much better if I had the same camera as you or this photographer”? Perhaps even you yourself said something…

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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.…

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7 TIPS HOW TO PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE FOREST

Shooting among the trees in the forest is quite difficult, as it is often difficult to create complete compositions, and the photo as a result carries too much unordered information to the viewer. In contrast to photographing some grand wide landscapes, in the forest you rarely find obvious compositions, and you definitely will not be able to shoot something if you just hold the camera to your eyes. Continue reading

WHAT IS TFP?
About TFP should know everyone who is somehow connected with photography. TFP (Time for Prints) is a form of transaction in the world of photography, where neither side takes money…

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BASIC SHOOTING IN HIGH AND LOW KEY
If you want to create a certain mood in a photo, you should pay attention to shooting in a high or low key. The effects of High key and Low…

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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…

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IMPROVEMENT OF COMPOSITION DUE TO THE TONE CONTRAST
Now a lot of discussions about composition tend to concentrate on such bases, usually third, leading lines, the use of color, etc. But not many people remember the tonal contrast.…

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