[ad_1] Stephen Barlow Jareckie, 92, of Holden, Mass., Left friends and family when he passed away on Saturday, September 25, 2021. His career began in the 1950s at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute in Utica, NY After completing his graduate studies at Syracuse University, he became Registrar at the Worcester ArtRead 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 →

[ad_1] Watch the video: Home Photography Ideas – Abstract Refractions in Your Kitchen! Want to capture a fascinating optical illusion to impress your friends? In this project, we’ll show you how the refractive properties of a water-filled glass can create magical distorting effects when placed in front of patterned orRead More →