Tourist photography
Travel photography (from the English expression “travel photo”) is a separate genre of photo art, which reflects the traveler’s impressions and feelings, travel observations: natural and cultural characteristics, ethnic nuances,…

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The first camera in the world: what was it like?
Photography is very tight in the life of modern man. There are a huge number of various amateur and professional cameras on the market. In addition, most mobile phones, tablets…

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The story of the emergence of documentary photographs
Documentary photography is one of the directions of photography, which reflects the events that took place in reality. The goals of this trend are: the creation of a photographic document,…

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Photoanimalism

The main subject of photography in photoanimalistics is animals. Photoanimalism (from the Latin word “animal” – animal) is photographing animals in their natural habitat.

Shooting animals in the wild is a complex and very specific genre of photo art. The main difference of this genre is a long and extremely unpredictable period of preparation for shooting, which may well take several months. Continue reading

Story Photography
The plot in the photo is an elusive moment, fleeting, and the plot itself is a small life. To be able to show it all in one frame is a…

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Photo history
A photo story (or, as they often say, in the English way - “photostory”) is a story that we tell photos. Looking at the pictures, we should see vivid emotions,…

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Crop and think through the frame during the shooting
Framing and thinking over the frame occupy an important place in the work of the photographer. Cropping a picture is often the decisive factor in conveying the emotions and ideas…

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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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