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…

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ALEXANDER Sennikov. NATURALMS
Today, my guest is a wonderful photographer Alexander Sennikov, who will please us with emotional and expressive still lifes. Looking at his work, you involuntarily feel a desire to embark…

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Modern types of photos

No artist has ever worked at once in all genres. So now, a rare photographer dares to take pictures of nature, cityscapes, people, animals, insects, and sporting events at the same time. Shooting for yourself is quite possible. But the sale of such photographs or their exhibition is then not carried out. Qualitatively shoot at once in a variety of genres is impossible. This picture is very similar to the creation of paintings.
By the number of genres, visual arts are inferior to modern photography. The jump happened just a couple of decades ago. There was a huge number of lenses and cameras with new features. Wide-angle optics allows you to look at the actions of man and his creation from a previously unseen angle. Macro lenses made it possible for photographers to capture any insect in detail. Long shutter speeds and means of correcting the daily rotation of the Earth make it possible to obtain very beautiful images of the starry sky. Widespread and shooting self-portraits. Continue reading

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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PHOTO MASTERS: PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY RICHARD AVEDON
Richard Avedon (1923-2004) is an American master of fashion photography. At least, many modern photographers think so, looking at his work. In fact, besides the fashion style that Avedon really…

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INTERVIEW WITH PHOTO CLASSIC: HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON
Henri Cartier-Bresson: For me, photography is the simultaneous recognition of the significance of an event, as well as the determination of its exact form in a split second, which gives…

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