Do you know how to take clear photos without using a tripod? Many get blurry images, often associated with camera shake when you release the shutter. Unfortunately, this can occur due to improper hand position on the camera, and from shutter vibrations, which can cause serious difficulties or even become an insoluble problem.
What is the opposite rule in photography?
This article will discuss the most common cause of camera shake: shutter speed is lower than that allowed when manually holding the camera. Photographer Nazim Mansurov explains in simple words the empirical inverse rule, which can significantly increase the chances of taking clear photos if you don’t have Continue reading
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 a photograph using burning steel wool.
Steel wool. New ideas for lighting
Steel wool (iron wool, steel wool) is a bunch of randomly laid steel wires of very small cross section. It is used as an abrasive for grinding and polishing, in appearance it really looks like a tuft of wool, hence its English name steel wool. Continue reading
“When I look at the photographs of Yuri, I see the beauty, covered with darkness, the shadows of the unknown, the human condition in its most raw form, it is the soul and heart of who we really are.”
Yuri Kozyrev is a multifaceted personality, as evidenced by his work. Most of the time he, as a military photojournalist, removes someone else’s grief. However, the peculiarity of his shots is a sense of proportion, which is observed in every work, despite the piquancy of the situations being filmed. He is a poet at heart, and even the years spent in the war could not change this. Continue reading