SMARTPHONE AGAINST THE CAMERA INDUSTRY
In terms of its functionality, the smartphone is now more like a camera or PC. Some smartphones are large enough to have high-resolution screens, while others have two screens, immediately…

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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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SMARTPHONE AGAINST THE CAMERA INDUSTRY
In terms of its functionality, the smartphone is now more like a camera or PC. Some smartphones are large enough to have high-resolution screens, while others have two screens, immediately…

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CHARGING FOR A PHOTO, OR HOW TO PERFORM CREATIVITY

It happens that everyday routine muffles a creative approach to shooting. We offer you some interesting exercises aimed at increasing creativity and developing technical skills.

How to pump creativity

Exercise 1. Imagine filming

Imagine that you are holding a film camera with a limit on the number of frames (from 24 to 36), and at the same time there is no way to immediately see the shot. Set for yourself a limited number of photos per day, turn off the preview on the screen and do not view the images until you return home. Continue reading

HOW TO PROTECT THE CAMERA AND THE LENS FROM DAMAGE TO THE FUNGAL

A fungus is a living, growing microorganism; it is a combination of dust and moisture that enters the internal elements of the camera lens. Dust itself usually does not cause problems, but if this dust contains spores of the fungus and combines with moisture, the fungus will grow. Left unchecked, fungal growth can permanently damage glass elements in the lenses. This type of mold is most common in humid climates. It may look like small cobweb-like spots or spots inside the lens. Often the damage that it causes is minor, but the uncontrolled growth of fungi can ruin the lens.

How to protect the camera and lens from damage by fungus

There are two types of fungus. One type grows in an oxygen-rich environment, the other, which is more Continue reading

WHAT IS A STREET PHOTO OR HOW TO PICTURE PEOPLE IN THE STREET?

Faced with bright sunlight, a professional photographer immediately takes out a reflector (also called light disk, light reflector, reflector). Reflectors are compact, conveniently fold. Of course, even when folded, you can’t put the retro-reflector in your pocket, and for using some in your work you may need an assistant or a special stand. But even such “inconveniences” do not detract from the dignity and necessity of having an accessory in the arsenal of every photographer.

Reflectors have different colors: white, silver and gold are the most common. The idea of ​​the reflector is to mirror the incident bright light and thereby highlight the shadow area of ​​the subject, thereby reducing the contrast between the brightly lit and the shadow side. Naturally, the reflector partially scatters the light and, based on this property, we obtain several rules: Continue reading

HOW TO EXPOSURE A PHOTO CORRECTLY
See the light There are different views on what can be called a properly exposed picture. For example, the following wording is most often found: "Each photograph should preserve the…

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WHAT IS A STREET PHOTO OR HOW TO PICTURE PEOPLE IN THE STREET?
Faced with bright sunlight, a professional photographer immediately takes out a reflector (also called light disk, light reflector, reflector). Reflectors are compact, conveniently fold. Of course, even when folded, you…

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NICK NIGHT: WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF FUTURISTIC AND FUNNY FASHION FILMING
"I feel that I exist in the future. And, I will tell you, this is an unusual place!" Nick Knight is associated with fashion photos, moreover, he is inextricably linked…

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PETER LINDBERG - BEAUTY PROMOTIONAL WITHOUT RETOUSH
The legendary photographer of the fashion industry was born on November 23, 1944 in the Polish city of Leszno. Soon after the birth of the child, the family moved to…

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