Waterfalls are really great subjects. Firstly, because they are unusually beautiful, secondly, it’s interesting to shoot waterfalls, and this is due to the complex lighting that they are surrounded by, and thirdly, the dynamics always attract and fascinate. The movement of the subject, of course, often means a challenge to the photographer, but also a real opportunity to make the picture dynamic and vibrant. Much, of course, has already been written about the intricacies of photographing waterfalls, but the basics are pretty simple. They will be shared by photographer Darren Rowse.
How to shoot waterfalls as easy as shelling pears
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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 turning into something between the phone and the tablet.
Smartphone vs camera industry
New Zealand, South Island iPhone XS Max @ 4.25mm, ISO 40, 1/1000, f / 1.8
Why, then, those who want to take decent pictures prefer to spend decent money on photography equipment and hours of training on how to use the camera, process the images shot on it? Professional photographer Nazim Mansurov offers his analysis of this issue. Continue reading
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