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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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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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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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…

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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

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 similar. But is there any truth in this phrase? Or do people just wishful thinking and thus show their ignorance? Continue reading

WHAT IS STEREOSCOPY AND WHAT IT IS NECESSARY TO KNOW ABOUT IT

“Stereoscopy” sounds like something new and complex for many ordinary people and even for some photographers. But in fact, this is a simple concept that has existed for quite a few years. It is widely known as 3D photography.

It is based on the theory formulated by Charles Wheatstone as early as the 1830s, when he invented and created a stereoscope. Continue reading

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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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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