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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10 WAYS TO PHOTOGRAPHY UNDERWATER WORLD AND DO NOT STILL
To catch in the lens of the inhabitants of the underwater world, it is not necessary to dive with an aqualung and acquire expensive equipment for shooting in the water.…

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LEARNING TO REMOVE DROPS
Every photographer sooner or later tries to shoot drops. Most often this is the classic form (short drops) or crowns. Looking ahead, I will say: I take pictures with the…

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History of photography

Photo in the usual sense of the word was discovered by a man rather late. Until the XIX century, many chemical elements have not yet been discovered. Scientists then simply did not know which of them are able to respond to light. Therefore, it was necessary to save the image only with the help of drawing.
Fine art was strongly developed in the Middle Ages. No need to think that all artists in those days were poor. Some of them can be compared with current wedding photographers. They were hired to leave descendants their memories. Continue reading

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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END PHOTOS IN EUROPE? WHAT REALLY CHANGES THE GDPR
Social networks are full of messages about the new law of GDPR, according to which from May 25 in the European Union "it will be impossible to shoot passers-by on…

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ARTEX.GLOBAL ART PHOTO AND BLOCKCHAIN
Over the ten years of work in the photography market, we have done a lot: we invented the Day of the Photographer holiday, helped create the family photo market, organized…

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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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