10 COOL WAYS TO USE THE CAMERA FLASH
Flash is one of the simplest but most versatile tools in photography. Once you understand the basics of its settings (say, how to reduce or increase power and how to…

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COFFEE PHOTOGRAPHY. AMAZE WITH DETAILS!
No matter what equipment and props you have, use the creative tips of professional photographer Dina Belenko, who talks about fantastic ways to get the perfect coffee photo. Pay attention…

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COFFEE PHOTOGRAPHY. AMAZE WITH DETAILS!
No matter what equipment and props you have, use the creative tips of professional photographer Dina Belenko, who talks about fantastic ways to get the perfect coffee photo. Pay attention…

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USING A TEXTURE AS A SUBJECT

Although it may seem that the use of texture in photography is a rather simple compositional technique, nevertheless sometimes there are certain difficulties in its development. Lighting, shadows, and colors work differently in landscapes or portraits than in photographs that contain many textures or patterns. But as soon as you begin to find textures in everyday life, they will significantly improve your pictures (or even become their main subject). Every aspect of the texture becomes an important part of the composition, so you need to consider all the details, from color to the picture and even depth. Continue reading

HOW TO MAKE INFRARED PHOTO

Infrared photography was originally created for state surveillance, but, as you know, the use of any shooting techniques in creativity is only a matter of time (for example, as is the case with high-speed photography). Although a lot of time has passed since then, and even the infrared film has already been discontinued, you can easily recreate the look of infrared photos when post-processing in the editor.

Infrared photography turns traditional landscapes into mystical otherworldly images filled with bright shades of supposedly chewing gum and a clear accent in the sky. Continue reading

CAN THE PHOTO MENTOR HELP YOU HAVE IMPROVED EFFECTIVENESS?

You are a good photographer, or at least you think so. You have several years of experience. You started as an amateur, but then gradually discovered that you can turn your hobby into a professional channel and get good money for your work.

All of the above sounds like a model of success for the photographer: to conduct their own business with passion and satisfaction. However, there is always room for growth; there is always room for improvement. A photography mentor can help improve work efficiency. Mentoring in general is a proven path for professionals of all stripes to achieve even greater success in their calling. Continue reading

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Eugene Smith - Supporter of "Subjective" Photography
Eugene Smith (William Eugene Smith), famous in the genre of documentary photography, today is known throughout the world. Throughout his life, he was convinced that photography was able not only…

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HOW TO USE A RING LIGHT FOR PICTURES BY NON-TRADITIONAL METHODS
Ring LED lamps are now at the peak of fame and are widely used by professional photographers and amateurs. There are many models of these devices from dozens of companies…

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HOW TO BUILD A POSITION FOR THE Groom and the Chafer in wedding photos
Wedding days are not only about brides, although it may really seem so. At the celebration, the photographer needs to shoot the groom alone and with his friends (they like…

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HOW TO CONTROL THE TONES OF THE BACKGROUND BY CONTROL THE LIGHT
When using studio lighting, one of the unpleasant things is related to the background. Of course, if you have the space, time and money, then you can simply stock up…

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