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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What is TFP and TFCD and what they eat
Recently, especially in the conditions of the economic crisis, the term TFP, which in its most simplified form means free-of-charge photography, is increasingly heard among photographers and models. Those who…

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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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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 computer, the dust particle becomes visible very well. Another spot in the picture may appear as a result of contamination of the matrix. That is why we start with how to remove stains in Photoshop and here we mean exactly traces of dirt and dust. We will not touch the sun glare, since even a professional will take a lot of time to eliminate them. Continue reading

HOW TO ADD GRAIN IN THE PHOTOSHOPE? Mimic the film frame
In this Photoshop tutorial, we will learn how to create imitations of grit, like in a photo from a film. Any version of Photoshop will do, but if you are…

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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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The alphabet of photogenicity
To paraphrase a famous aphorism, one can say: do not be born beautiful, but be born ... photogenic. Alas, only a few are photogenic of us. The rest, looking at…

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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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