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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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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Photos of Niepce: how were the first pictures taken?
After people learned to create a light image in the camera obscura, it remains to come up with only a way to fix it on paper. Scientists took up this…

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Black and white photography

Black and white photography – the ancestor of all types and genres of photography. The most commonly used abbreviation of this genre is B / W, from the English expression “black & white”.

Black and white shots have retained their relevance even after the appearance of both color and digital photography, and today many photographers translate color shots into black and white, thereby increasing the spectacularity and artistry of the frame. Continue reading

Emotional photo portrait
One of the types of “psychological” portrait portrait is an emotional portrait. It is an interesting separate portrait genre, which is very popular. The main object of such a photo…

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Wedding portrait
Wedding photography as a general genre is interesting because it combines two styles at once - reportage and staged portraiture. Wedding portraits occupy the most important and significant place in…

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The first aerial photography and the history of its development
Aerial photography allows you to take photographs of the surface of the earth from different heights with the help of an aircraft. The emergence and development of aerial photography Aerial…

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Technical Photography
Technical photograph - a detailed photo image of an object, object or technical apparatus / machine, etc. Technical photography is necessary when you need to accurately display on the image…

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