History of advertising photography
American historians believe that the first advertising photographs appeared in the XIX century. Of course, they were not as bright and beautiful as in our days. During its rather long…

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Celebrity photos
Famous people are always in sight and everything connected with them is popular and attracts the attention of millions of people around the world. Therefore, photos of celebrities made by…

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Reportage photography
The word “report” familiar to many came from the French “reporter” - “carry”, and English - “report”, which literally means “report, report”. It is easy to guess that, in the…

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cycle of cards with military personnel

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 together in the correct sequence.

Nowadays, photomontage is carried out with the help of special computer programs – graphic editors, which allow you to efficiently and quickly process and merge photos. Continue reading

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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Street photography
Street photography, which is also called street photography (from the English expression “street photography”), is an interesting genre of photo art. Photographing takes place in a public place: park, on…

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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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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…

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