Photomontage and the history of its appearance
Photomontage is the procedure and the result of combining several pictures into a single composition. First, the artistic photomontage was performed mechanically: first, the images were cut, and then glued…

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How did a color photo appear?
Experiments on the creation of color photographs were conducted in parallel with the work on the improvement of the wet-collodion method of photographing. The first experiments with color photography History…

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Family portrait
A family photograph is a classic portrait of a family, made in a studio or some other room, interior. This type of portrait is designed to capture a significant family…

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famous films

Actors of Alexander Row’s cult fairy tale “The Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors” years after filming

Not the most exemplary pioneer Olya, who didn’t like to go to school and offended her grandmother, once happened to be on the other side of the mirror. And then she was not up to the whims. The tale “The Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors”, shot in 1963 by Alexander Row, was a great pleasure for both children and adults to watch. The plot was very fascinating and close to real life, and the real stars of Soviet cinema appeared in the film. Continue reading

History of the profession of the photographer
A photographer is a person capable of capturing amazing moments of life with a camera and preserving a particle of the whole inner world in his works. You can get…

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Photojournalism
Photojournalism is the direction of journalism that uses photography as the main means of expression. Distinguishing features of photojournalism The task of photojournalism is an objective reflection of reality, incidents,…

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Fashion portrait
The word "Fashion" literally translates from English as "fashion", "fashionable." Fashion portrait is a portrait made in the style of Fashion and corresponding to all the canons of this style;…

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Photo collage
The word “collage” itself comes from the French “collage”, which means “sticking” and implies some artistic result (a work of art or graphics) created using this same sticking - objects,…

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