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10 questions to put into a stupor the seller of photographic equipment

The sellers are certainly good people, but sometimes, even more often than usual, they tend to impose their point of view regarding your future photo tool and photo booth cost wedding. At the same time, they pour, to put it mildly, controversial statements, passing them off as almost absolutely recognized truths. If you think about …

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How to learn to photograph

I will say right away: you cannot learn the art of photography. How impossible it is to become a genius, how impossible it is to become talented – if you were not born with this (and we, mediocre, the vast majority), then this is simply not your destiny. But I’ll add right away: it’s real …

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Focal length

A little theory first… The most common camera system in the world is based on 35mm film (the “type 135”), which is exactly the Kodak you shot with when you were film cameras. That is why this standard has become a benchmark for photo producers in the consumer sector, and it is about it that …

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Framing and practice

In fact, it is not learning from other people’s and the “most common” mistakes that is effective, because it is too average and generalized, but learning from one’s own mistakes is more individual and specific. Framing after shooting is better than framing when shooting your specifics. At first, you can’t crop an unshot frame – …

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Cropping in photography theory

Why it is said above about photo schools is because they constantly, literally from the first lessons, teach a novice to crop when shooting – but meanwhile, it would be much more correct not to insist on it. No, we, highly competent geniuses from the special laboratory of “Simple Tricks”, have never denied the banal …

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