ERNST HAAS - "FATHER" COLOR PHOTO
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…

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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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CHRISTOPHER PILLITZ - ATTENTIVE PHOTORPORTER AND MASTER OF THE STAY PHOTO
Argentine Christopher Pillitz (Christopher Pillitz) is considered one of the best documentary photographers and publicists of our time. He was born in 1958 in the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires.…

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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 for its work from the other side. That is, the model gives the photographer his time, and the photographer provides the model with pictures for working with him. Continue reading

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. Stephen combined the Anglo-Irish origin of the mother and the Russian-Jewish roots of his father. When he was 3 years old, the family moved to Wisconsin, where he spent the childhood of the future photographer. Continue reading

PRIORITY OF THE EXTRACT AND PRIORITY OF THE DIAPHRAGM: HOW TO LEARN THEIR USE OF THEIR RIGHT

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

SATURATION AND VIBRANCE - WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
The well-known Saturation and Vibrance sliders in post-processing programs are used by photographers of all genres. But do you know the difference between them and the effect that can be…

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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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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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HOW THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES OF THE PHOTO INFLUENCES THE COMPOSITION ON THE EXAMPLE OF SCENARIZED SHOOTING
Choosing a composition is often the key to understanding between a good landscape photo and a great landscape photo. But the aspect ratio of a photo can create or destroy…

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