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 – individual moments of time that last a split second, and at the same time tell the whole story in one frame. The cameraman takes 24 frames per second. He sees the world not in separate moments, but in a sequence of such moments.
About cinematic techniques in photography
The secret to successful shooting lies in the combination of such ways of seeing and thinking – moments and time. Continue reading
Looking for product snapshots for an online store, but no professional camera? Your phone is all you need, as well as simple tips for grocery photography on your smartphone shared by photographer Chad Verzosa.
Perfect food photo on smartphone
Mount the phone on a tripod
A tripod allows the phone to maintain its position. The constant height and angle for your shots will make product photos neat and professional. Continue reading
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 well as a few tips for maximizing the use of style in photography.
Minimalism conveys your message to the viewer
One of the first recommendations for a photographer who studies composition is to form your own special message. What should your photo bring to the viewer? What emotions or thoughts should arise when looking at a picture? And, most importantly, how can you simplify this message and convey it as efficiently as possible? Continue reading