SPORTS PHOTO UNDER THE ROOF
In the winter season, many sporting events and training are held under the roof, indoors. Basketball. Volleyball. Gymnastics. Of course, indoor sports are fun for both participants and spectators. But…

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10 short studio photography tips Studio light
Many photographers know how to use their cameras correctly and know how to use studio lighting, but not everyone knows about safety precautions when working in the studio. There are…

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What are chromatic aberrations and how to fix them?
Perhaps you have heard more than once from photographers that you have critical “chromatic aberration” in your photographs? And the words sound like it's a disease. Let's look at what…

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Monthly Archives: February 2020

JAN BERRY – PHOTO ARTIST CREATING PICTURES FROM JEANS PANTS

Ian Berry, also known in the art environment as Demimu, is a British artist who does not paint with paints, but draws them from jeans shreds like an old mosaic. His works are incredibly popular, they are expensively bought and exhibited in galleries around the world. The most famous company Ray Ban even released a limited collection of sunglasses with a “jeans” design, inspired by the work of Berry. His paintings, even close by, can be mistaken for stylishly retouched photos – they are so realistic and accurate. Meanwhile, the artist always works in the patchwork technique, using jeans and nothing but them.

Ian Berry creates incredible portraits of celebrities, city landscapes, life sketches, photos of which are often replicated in famous print and online publications – Elle, Playboy, Metro International, Nylon, Trend Hunter. He became the winner of the Rivet 50 and for his work was included in the TOP 50 of the most influential people in the “world of denim.”

Also, Ian Berry is on the list of 30 leading artists under the age of 30. He creates unique works – for Continue reading

T-STOP VS F-STOP: WHAT DIFFERENCE?

One of the first things you come across in photography is F-stop (from focal length “focal length”). It, as a measurement of the lens, is an important part of the exposure, like the T-stop (from the English transmission – “transmission”). We suggest you familiarize yourself with the article by professional photographer Gabor Holtzer in which he explains on the fingers the differences between T-stop and F-stop.

What does F-stop mean?

Each lens has an entrance pupil. The entrance pupil is that part of the lens where the diaphragm is located (and not the front of the lens). Its diameter is usually slightly less than the diameter of the front glass element. Continue reading

UNDERSTANDING THE LAW OF REVERSE SQUARES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
The laws of photography sometimes seem too complicated to understand and it gives the wrong impression that a mere mortal can not be thought of and not taken into account…

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MULTI EXPOSURE. QUICK GUIDE TO CREATE UNUSUAL PHOTOS
What is multiple exposure? This is a combination of two or more frames into one. The method of photography, which began with an error and became widespread over time among…

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9 interesting techniques for architectural photography
The correct implementation of the technical part of architectural photography should be the primary task of the photographer, although in addition to this, it is also worth experimenting. In this…

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CHESS PHOTO: IMPORTANT TIPS FOR A PROFESSIONAL APPROACH
It would seem that this is so special in photographing people playing chess. However, if you take chess photography seriously, you can see how exciting it is. To convey everything…

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