History of photography: Niepce shots
NIEPS (Niepce) Nicephore (full name Joseph Nicephorus) (March 7, 1765, Chalon-sur-Saone, France - July 5, 1833, ibid.), French inventor, one of the creators of photography. For the first time (1820s)…

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How to remove too much in Photoshop?
Owners of SLR cameras know that some speck of dust can easily get onto the lens. During photography, its influence is not noticeable. But when processing a snapshot on a…

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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…

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16 of the most expensive photos in the world COST MORE THAN $ 1 000 000

The cost of some photos is comparable to the cost of the most famous works of great artists of the Renaissance. How valuable are these photographs? What distinguishes them from the millions of selfies, photos of cats and children that we see every day? What reasons make art lovers lay out fabulous sums for exclusive shots? We present you the most expensive photos in the world (March 2015).

1. Peter Face: Phantom ($ 6.5 million)
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Light and lighting in photography outside
When taking a landscape shot, it is not worth giving much attention to lighting. You can get a beautiful picture in almost any case. The most spectacular shots are achieved…

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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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How to remove too much in Photoshop?
Owners of SLR cameras know that some speck of dust can easily get onto the lens. During photography, its influence is not noticeable. But when processing a snapshot on a…

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ALL ABOUT NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY AND PHOTOGRAPHY OF STELLAR SKY
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…

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