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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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…

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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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which left much to be desired

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 issue around the beginning of the 20th century.

The best results in this difficult matter were achieved by Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre and Joseph Nissefour Niepce from France and William Fox Henry Talbot from England. Continue reading

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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First mobile photo
Currently, any smartphone is equipped with a pair of cameras, with which you can take good photos, record video and make a video call to almost anywhere in the Earth.…

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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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