Autumn through the eyes of the photographer
Autumn colors are a great variety. In some areas the riot of colors lasts only a week or less, while in others it will last more than a month. Each…

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About photogenicity, crooked hands and a bottle of dry
Since I began to take pictures of non-professional models, I constantly find myself catching up on the fact that, being on the street, I look at the faces of people…

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History of the invention of photography
Time to first photo Fine art was very popular in the Middle Ages. Rich people in those days wanted to capture themselves on canvas, so that their descendants knew about…

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THE BIGGEST PHOTOS IN THE WORLD

The absolute champion in the size of composite photos is NASA. In 2014, the agency published a 681-gigapixel panorama of the moon. On June 18, 2009, NASA launched the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) orbital probe to map the surface of the moon and collect measurements of potential landing sites in the future, as well as for scientific purposes. Continue reading

How to make a contour in Photoshop?

Contour in Photoshop
Creating a contour in Photoshop (or silhouette) is easy. It is necessary only to be able to select an object and know what to do next. This lesson will help you understand what you need to click so that the silhouette of the selected object appears in the graphic editor.

First you need to open in Photoshop image, which depicts a particular subject. In our case, it will be a heart. It is his outline that we will try to transfer to another photo. Continue reading

Tsarist Russia in colors: how Prokudin-Gorsky created color photographs more than 100 years ago

The Russian Empire was famous for talented people in various fields. There were outstanding photographers in Russia. The pioneer of world color photography, Prokudin-Gorsky, is known as the owner of the largest collection of color photographs of pre-revolutionary Russia.

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History of Photography: Talbot Pictures
TALBOT (Talbot, Thalbot) William Henry Fox (1800-1877), English physicist, chemist, inventor of the negative-positive process in photography (calotypy). He also studied mathematics, spectroscopy, astronomy, archeology and linguistics. While studying at…

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Rule of thirds in photography
In our youth, we didn’t really care about observing any rules when photographing. When shooting landscapes, we ensured that the horizon line was almost at the very center of the…

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History of the invention of photography
Time to first photo Fine art was very popular in the Middle Ages. Rich people in those days wanted to capture themselves on canvas, so that their descendants knew about…

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20 most influential PHOTOGRAPHIC WOMEN FOR 100 YEARS
On the eve of the International Women's Day, we present a review of the 20 most talented women photographers of the 20th century who, with their creativity, have made a…

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