[ad_1] Those who think 3D imaging is a post-digital innovation should think again, say Denis Pellerin and Brian May, authors of A New History of Stereoscopic Photography. The problem with stereoscopic photography is that it’s just not taken seriously enough. This is the view of two of the world’s leadingRead More →

[ad_1] If you’ve read our beginner’s guide to astrophotography, chances are you already have the basic knowledge to take pictures after the sun goes down and use your camera in manual mode. But why limit yourself to those nights when the conditions are favorable for celestial shooting? There are manyRead More →

[ad_1] One of the advantages of shooting in the studio is that the photographer has full control over the intensity, direction and spread of the light, which allows for easy management of background details. Additionally, in a studio, seamless backgrounds can be used to produce a clean, distraction-free environment idealRead More →

[ad_1] One of the advantages of shooting in the studio is that the photographer has full control over the intensity, direction and spread of the light, which allows for easy management of background details. Additionally, in a studio, seamless backgrounds can be used to produce a clean, distraction-free environment idealRead More →

[ad_1] Watch the video: Home Photography Ideas – David Hockney Portrait Montages In the 1980s, artist David Hockney began assembling Polaroids into collages that showed a subject from multiple angles. Hockney’s “Joiners” captured the public imagination and made him a household name. Since then, the technique has been imitated aRead More →