First photos
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…

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6 TIPS FOR A BEGINNER: DANCERS IN FRAME
Learning man and dance Ask the dancer to send a couple of videos of his performances, his repertoire, and it is better to watch live, if possible. Next, select for…

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HOW TO FAST REPLACE BACKGROUND ON PHOTOS WITHOUT PHOTOSHOP
Removing the background in Photoshop is a doable task, but quite complicated. Spending a lot of time on the exact allocation of an object in the program is a common…

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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 them. To do this, hire artists who painted with oil or watercolors. The result can hardly be called realistic, unless the artist is the greatest master of this work. His Leonardo da Vinci did not live in every city or even in every country. More often, artists had an average talent; they had to look for other ways to get realistic images. Continue reading

BRUSH SETTINGS GRAPHIC TABLET
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…

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5 photo tips for newbies: FROST AND CAMERA
1. Comfort First of all, you need to take care of yourself - warm clothes allow you to think about photography, and not about where to warm yourself. In addition,…

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History of photography
It is difficult for a modern person to imagine his life without a photograph - a miracle with the help of which one can resurrect what he already does not…

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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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