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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MINIMALISM IN PHOTOGRAPHY: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
The popularity of minimalism cannot be denied, although it can cause quite mixed feelings. In his article, photographer Spencer Cox shares some of the main reasons for this trend, as…

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CINEMATOGRAPHY, SEXUALITY AND LUXURY MINIMALISM BY PHOTO GREGORY HARRIS
Gregory Harris is a fairly young but already very successful photographer who has been collaborating with leading glossy media and high-class brands on the planet for decades. Harris blows from…

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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

Galina Vasilievna called herself “paparazzi”, joking about her dislike for staged photos. She sought to Continue reading

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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UNDERSTANDING WIDE AND SHORT LIGHTING IN PHOTOS
There are many lighting options that you can use when taking portraits. Lighting "Rembrandt" and "Butterfly" are two classic schemes that are easy to configure and give excellent results in…

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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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MINIMALISM IN PHOTOGRAPHY: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
The popularity of minimalism cannot be denied, although it can cause quite mixed feelings. In his article, photographer Spencer Cox shares some of the main reasons for this trend, as…

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WHAT IS VIBRATION SUPPRESSION IN PHOTO?
If you are looking for a new lens, then you are likely to come across some abbreviations. For example, a mark on the VR lens indicates that the model is…

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