“I shot everyone,” A. Corbain
Anton Corbijn was born in a Dutch province in 1955. His father was a priest of the Protestant church, and his mother was a nurse. Anton’s childhood passed in a small village. As a teenager, he becomes interested in photography. Corbain attended concerts and took the first pictures there, which he sold to local publications. Then he did not know what exactly the photos of the musicians would make him famous. The first significant mark in the career of the future photographer can be called a collaboration with the Dutch magazine Oor. Absolute self-taught managed to make interesting and deep shots. The obvious talent of the guy was torn out. In 1979, Arthur left his homeland and moved to London.
Great Britain attracted Corbane not only with new development opportunities. His area of interest Continue reading
Where to begin
In order to start photographing drops of water, you do not need a lot of equipment. Before you spend a lot of money on something that you would like to do, purchase a specialized installation as a magic solution for obtaining ideal drops of water, try to do everything manually to make sure that it is an interesting undertaking for you.
Fantastic photos with fancy drops and splashes that you see on photos on the Internet are obtained with a lot of experience, skills, lots of experiments. And this is a long process.
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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 suppressing vibrations. VR (vibration reduction) and IS (image stabilization) are lens systems that help you take pictures. With the addition of such systems, the price rises – and this is fully justified. But what does all this mean? What is vibration reduction?
What is vibration reduction in photography?
What is vibration reduction or image stabilization?
When you use the camera and lens while holding them in your hands, you cannot help but feel a slight Continue reading
Photographer Matt Perry shows how to transform eye-catching cityscapes into breathtaking images while working harmoniously with the surroundings and city lights.
City landscapes look great during the golden hour of sunrise and sunset due to diffused, warm light. The same applies to the “blue hour”: the period before sunrise or immediately after sunset, when the sun goes low enough below the horizon, and the sky takes on a blue hue, which becomes deeper, darker and richer, the further the sun recedes until the blue becomes in black.
Artificial light sources
During the blue hour, any artificial lighting will be noticeable. From the light of car headlights to lighting from office windows and streetlights, the city begins to take a different look, day turns into night. Illumination of architectural structures makes them look much more exciting and photogenic than in daylight. Similarly, in any cities located around Continue reading
Photography art knows no boundaries – and a window pane with annoying glare and reflection of a dissatisfied because of this author should not be an obstacle to creativity. Many professional landscape painters have their own tricks – they successfully get rid of unwanted effects, making impressive images of panoramas or night cities. Justin Tierney is one of the photographers who can shoot through glass. A professional concert composer and cinematographer, he creates unusual projects. In them, music and visual solutions merge into a single bewitching time-lapse, repeating the pulsation of the rhythm of megacities. Continue reading