HOW TO CORRECT LENS DISTORTION
Lens distortion is a common problem that photographers face daily. Distortions can be divided into two groups: perspective distortion (when lines parallel in reality become convergent) and optical distortion (distortion).…

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CREATION OF ENERGY SPORTS PORTRAITS IN A STUDIO
The most obvious solution for shooting an athlete is to photograph a person on the field (court, track, etc.), but this is not entirely practical. Often such portraits are not…

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HOW TO PHOTO THE NIGHT CITY. RULES, ADVICE, TALKS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Photographer Matt Perry shows how to transform eye-catching cityscapes into breathtaking images while working harmoniously with the surroundings and city lights. Natural light City landscapes look great during the golden…

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GALINA KMIT – RUSSIAN PHOTO REPORTER, PHOTO ARTIST AND ACTRESS

Galina Vasilievna Kmit – Russian and Soviet photojournalist, the only woman who worked as a correspondent for RIA Novosti. This is a photographer in whose lens bright world celebrities – Jean-Paul Belmondo, Franco Nero and many others – as well as almost all domestic actors, politicians and representatives of show business, fell.

Photographer Galina Kmit

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HOW TO USE A TRIAD COLOR CIRCUIT IN PHOTOS

The photographer has many tools: using the rules of composition, knowledge of the laws of light, understanding the triangle of exposure, and so on. Color is another important tool for a photo artist. And although it can be somewhat intimidating for the photographer, color in most cases plays a key role in a spectacular shot.

This article will explain what process colors are and how to use them in photography.

How to use a process color scheme in photography

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PRACTICE IN PORTRAIT SHOOTING WITH TOYS

Portrait lighting is not easy to learn if there is no model at hand. After reading the articles and watching video tutorials on setting up the light, you will be excitedly looking for someone to practice with. But as soon as you finally have a person in front of the camera, everything flies out of your head, you forget all the information that was overloaded, and you feel stupid in front of your “model”. Is that familiar?

In no case should you be disappointed and give up. We offer you a budget option to study the rules of lighting when there is no real model.

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STEEL WOOL. NEW IDEAS FOR LIGHTING
You probably saw these cool photos that show fire rings, sparks and fiery whirlwinds? Have you ever wondered how this type of photograph is obtained? Perhaps what you saw was…

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COFFEE PHOTOGRAPHY. AMAZE WITH DETAILS!
No matter what equipment and props you have, use the creative tips of professional photographer Dina Belenko, who talks about fantastic ways to get the perfect coffee photo. Start by…

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TEXTURE IN NATURE. WHERE TO GET? HOW TO PHOTO?
When we talk about photographing small scenes of nature, we mean pictures with objects, patterns and textures created in a natural way. The emphasis is on small details. Such photographs…

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ABOUT CINEMA RECEPTIONS IN PHOTOGRAPHY
There is a technique for creating photographs called the "series." This technique conveys how a person actually perceives the world. The photographer is accustomed to seeing the world in moments…

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