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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The history of underwater photography
Underwater photography - film and photography of various objects located under water. Such shooting is carried out with the help of a special waterproof technique or a conventional photo or…

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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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whose works

Who created the first self-portrait?

Under the self-portrait means a portrait shot of himself. This is the same as the modern “selfie”, only with greater artistic value.

The creator of the world’s first self-portrait is Robert Cornelius. He was engaged in the manufacture of lamps.

In 1839, in Philadelphia, he opened the lens cover of a photographic lens and spent more than a minute in the frame until the lens closed. Continue reading

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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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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Photogram
The word "photogram" (from the English word "photogram") has a lot of meanings and translations. Each attempt to give a specific definition is similar to the pursuit of its own…

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How to choose the right angle for a photo?
Perspective - the position of the camera relative to the plot. While photographing, it is impossible not to notice the impact it has on the entire composition of the photograph.…

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