Many people know how to use frequency decomposition, but not everyone gets a quality result. Perhaps the point here is in the settings of the brushes.
Mixer Brush is the main tool for working with frequency decomposition, which allows you to soften the lower frequency, thereby aligning color and tone. For retouching of the portrait at the lower frequencies, a Mixer Brush with soft edges is used, therefore Hardness 0%, Spacing 25%. Continue reading
There are two main approaches to night photography:
1) shooting static stars, when in the final image we see them the same as our eye perceives them – as a set of points in the sky;
2) shooting of tracks using very long exposures, in which the photo captures the trajectory of stars in the sky around the South or North Pole of the world. Continue reading
The first photo, which has survived to this day, belongs to the French inventor Joseph Niepce. The frame, which he called “View from the Window”, he managed to get in 1826.
And another French inventor Louis Daguer in 1838 was able to capture a man for the first time.
The first self-portrait in the world, something like a selfie was made around the autumn of 1839 by a famous American photographer, the pioneer of photography, Robert Cornelius. Continue reading