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…

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The invention of negative and positive by William Talbot
William Talbot (sometimes in Russian, his last name is written as Talbot) was obsessed with capturing the beauty of nature. But this inventor did not know how to draw, so…

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Self-taught photographer conquered the world with his perfect pictures of nature
Mountain landscape is a genre in photo art, in which the main subject in photography is mountain views, mountain peaks, mountain slopes. The mountains are the real miracle of nature.…

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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, materials and ready-made pictures that differ in color, texture, etc.

Thus, a photo collage is the creation of a new photo-image or image by “merging” several pictures, sometimes not having a direct relationship with each other of photographs. Continue reading

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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When did photography become an art form?
Of all the popular types of visual art, photography has had the strongest impact on painting. Only a few artists were able to avoid this impact. Photography as an integral…

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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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The invention of negative and positive by William Talbot
William Talbot (sometimes in Russian, his last name is written as Talbot) was obsessed with capturing the beauty of nature. But this inventor did not know how to draw, so…

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