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 every work with an inner power hidden in his models and revealing in front of the lens of his camera. This special balance of minimalism and fullness brought Gregory Harris worldwide fame and contacts with the most influential customers.
New Zealand American
The photographer was born in New Zealand, but received a professional education in neighboring Australia. Harris entered the Royal Institute of Technology in Melbourne, successfully graduated from it and went on an internship in the United States, to the famous photographer David Sims. He studied with the master for five years, after which he began his own career – very, very stormy. Continue reading
Lens distortion is a common problem that photographers face daily. Distortions can be divided into two groups: perspective distortion (when lines parallel in reality become convergent) and optical distortion (distortion). Distortion often causes unnatural deformation of photographs, straight lines in the image become curved, except for lines in the same plane with the optical axis.
Distortion is different in the type of impact on the line, usually there is a cushion-like distortion (parallel lines in reality are concave) or barrel-shaped distortion (the lines are convex, like in a barrel). Distortion is much more noticeably closer to the edges of the frame than in the middle. Long focal length lenses give Continue reading
In the pre-digital era, photo slides were a common way to preserve memories. But now the technology of slides is outdated, most people no longer have access to a slide projector to view them, so the films are forgotten in boxes on the far shelves.
Digitizing slides yourself
One client of a photo studio told how she undertook to digitize a box with old slides and stumbled upon several photographs of her father, who passed away when she was only four years old. Until that moment, she had never seen these photos, and her relatives forgot about them for many years. After the slides were scanned, the whole family happily looked at the faded, but such native images. Such stories remind us that we must digitize the old slides now, without delay, until time has absorbed them completely and irrevocably. Continue reading