6 IDEAL WAYS TO NOT FEEL A FAILURE IN PHOTO
Perhaps every portrait painter who shoots in the open air faces a problem concerning the main points on which a good portrait depends, such as staging, lighting, composition, etc. And…

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HAPPINESS IN FOCUS: INTERVIEW WITH FAMILY PHOTOGRAPH OF EUGENE SURINA
Are you curious how real photographers manage so cleverly to notice the sincere emotions of a family? What do they say to their heroes, how do they cope with difficulties,…

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SEE IN BOTH? OR NOT?

Most of us look at the world with two eyes. But whenever a person takes a picture, one of them closes. Maybe we should stop this practice forever?
With a few exceptions, cameras do not have two lenses at the same time. They create an image with a single lens, so the results are always two-dimensional.
However, when you look through two lenses, like through binoculars, you can perceive more depth in the picture. That is why we look with two eyes, it helps us to perceive the depth and distance between objects.
Closing one eye allows a person to see the picture in the same two-dimensional manner as the camera. This can be useful for previewing a photo. When you use one eye, you see the relationship between objects in your field of view differently. This can be especially useful when creating a portrait or photographing everything that you want to separate from the background. Continue reading

SIX KILLERS OF NIGHT SKY PHOTOS. HOW CAN YOU SAVE FROM THEM?
One of the best things about night photography is how much it says goodbye — you don't need special weather conditions to create truly beautiful images. Night and city lights…

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ABM TYPES OF LIGHT, OR HOW TO IMPROVE LIGHTING IN YOUR PHOTOS
Photography is, first of all, lighting. Sounds simple enough, judging superficially, but, like all photographers, we tend to focus on the object rather than the light. As soon as the…

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MARTIN IVNING "ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5 FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS"
I studied and learned photoshop, like most photographers - through separate video tutorials and articles, extracts from forums and books. A huge impetus was given to me by Dan Margulis’s…

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