The photographer has many tools: using the rules of composition, knowledge of the laws of light, understanding the triangle of exposure, and so on. Color is another important tool for a photo artist. And although it can be somewhat intimidating for the photographer, color in most cases plays a key role in a spectacular shot.
This article will explain what process colors are and how to use them in photography.
How to use a process color scheme in photography
As you know, color theory is a set of rules and recommendations that describes the use of color in art and Continue reading
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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You have chosen the pose of the model, set the lighting and found the desired shooting angle. Everything seems to be fine. Your model is motionless, looking into the lens with a lively and bright look. You focus, take a picture and … Somehow the end result is not quite what you planned to get. What could have gone wrong? It’s all about the look – the model’s eyes in the photo look a little boring, not like in reality. Sounds familiar? What is missing? No, only the glare in the eyes disappeared.
How bright flashes in the eyes change a photo
Glare, or lights in the eyes – this is the reflection of light sources on the iris of the model’s eyes. You will always see such glare in professional portrait photography. For example, if you look closely at portraits of Continue reading