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…

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Photo Basics
This course will help camera owners to deal with camera buttons, leave the “AUTO” mode…

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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,…

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10 steps to shooting a portrait, the experience of Elena Lucan
1. The need to shoot new Every day I think about how I shoot, what…

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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 photographer sees something unique or original, he immediately focuses on this, and not on the lighting and the resulting exposure, which are necessary primarily to obtain an image of the object being shot.
How to improve lighting
Just as the search and observation of an object is a difficult task, the search for the right lighting to help you capture dramatic photos is a task that requires a special approach. The Golden Hour is always referred to as the best time of day for shooting. However, not only in the hours close to sunset and sunrise there is an opportunity to take a photo with a sharp lighting. Train your eye to see dramatic light, and its various options.
Side lighting
As one might expect from the name, side lighting is a type of lighting in which light falls on an object from the side. This usually provides greater contrast, long shadows can be created, and depth is added to the image. This type of lighting can add dramatic emphasis to architectural and portrait photography. Continue reading

HOW TO PHOTOGRAPHY CHILDREN?
And again we will return to this issue, since it is always relevant. This article…

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WHEN SOAP is not worse than the "mirror"? MYTHS ABOUT PROFESSIONAL CAMERAS
Why are newly-minded owners of SLR cameras * who do not have the necessary skills…

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