Eugene Smith (William Eugene Smith), famous in the genre of documentary photography, today is known throughout the world. Throughout his life, he was convinced that photography could not only tell about current events, but also change the world. He was willing to take risks for the sake of a good frame, and many of his works are proof that this risk was justified.
American photojournalist did not seek to maintain objectivity during filming. He tried to convey a subjective view of the situation, to reveal to the viewer his idea of it. Continue reading
USING THE TEXTURE AS AN OBJECT SHOOTING
Use texture as a subject
Although it may seem that the use of texture in photography is a fairly simple compositional technique, nevertheless, sometimes there are certain difficulties in its development. Illumination, shadows and colors work differently in landscapes or portraits, rather than in photographs that contain many textures or patterns. But as soon as you begin to find textures in everyday life, they will significantly improve your images (or even become their main subject). Continue reading
One of the problems of photography is a two-dimensional environment, with which we are trying to capture the three-dimensional world. Creating a sense of depth and dimension in the image helps to attract viewers and draw their attention to photos. In this article we offer you four tips for creating depth in the pictures.
Use the correct shooting angle
The first thing you can do to add depth to your photos is to stand in the right place and point the camera in the right direction. Continue reading