Every professional photographer has a unique corporate identity, and most of them will probably tell you that their creative roots were brought up, one way or another, by photographing nature.
If you love nature, the garden can easily become one of the most pleasant places for shooting. Being in the open air, you are full of vigor, and artistic shots taken in such an environment convey the whole celebration of a beautiful moment in time in such a special place that is in constant development. Continue reading
If you do not have your own home photo studio yet, or you need to have a mobile to get studio-quality photos, read the advice of Mexico’s portrait photographer Jackie Lamas, who teaches you how to equip a photo studio that meets all the needs of a photographer.
Determine which equipment package is suitable for your type of photo. Continue reading
Galina Kmit is a Russian and Soviet photojournalist, the only woman who worked as a correspondent for RIA Novosti. This is a photographer, in whose lens bright world celebrities – Jean-Paul Belmondo, Franco Nero and many others – as well as almost all domestic actors, politicians and show business representatives fell.
Galina Vassilyevna called herself “paparazzi”, making fun of her dislike for the staged photo. She sought to capture the true face of their models, rather than adjusted poses. Continue reading
We all love good stories. Creating a project of documentary photography can be a great way to develop your own professionalism. In addition, documentary photography is of interest and helps to keep the attention of the audience.
Random collections of unrelated images often pass by the viewer. This is especially true when most of your pictures are viewed on social networks. To make photos memorable to people is an important creative challenge. Continue reading
“Hyperfocal distance” – sounds like a technical term that is used exclusively in the field of professional photography. However, in fact, this is something that everyone should deal with once and for all in order to improve the quality of their images.
In a nutshell, the hyperfocal distance (HFD or GFR) is a focus point at which everything in the frame from 1/2 of this hyperfocal distance to infinity falls into sharpness (in the focus range). Simply put, this is a focus setting that provides the maximum depth of field throughout the frame. Continue reading