Every influential photographer has always been criticized for whatever reason. Some will blame him for not following the rules, others will be presumptuous enough to try to make something new. Every time we rebel against the status quo imposed by the majority, we are subjected to the merciless test of criticism. “An art critic from the […]
Find out how your camera reacts to light First, Bob points out that it is essential to be aware of the light and what it does to the subject. However, it is even more important to know how your camera reacts. Analog and digital cameras don’t react the same to light, not to mention that […]
Would you say that you have an identified photographic identity? Do you think it is important to even have one? Photographer Joe Edelman talks about this subject in his video. He talks about how having a visual identity is essential and gives us tips to find ours. Finding a style can be an obstacle to a […]
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Ryan Weideman, a photographer who took a taxi shift to make ends meet, turned his camera on his fares during the 1980s and ’90s.
Summer holidays have arrived, and you’ll probably come across beautiful landscapes you’ll want to bring back home. Here are some tips that will help you get the picture that fits your souvenirs !
Sometimes, the simplest photos are the hardest ones to take. How do you make an impeccable portrait of a loved-one or of a friend … | Photo classes in BRUSSELS
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“To lighten up the image, create a curves layer, make it brighter, and add a black layer mask (CMD/CNTRL+I to invert the layer mask). Call the layer Dodge, and paint with a white brush (because the mask is black) in the spots where you want to brighten up the image. Pick a brush with an opacity around 40% with and edge hardest of 0%“