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Learning how to use a camera properly is the most important aspect of improving a photographer’s skills. Composition, lighting and post-processing on a computer have a big impact on the quality of the photo, but still they are second on the list of priority skills. The main thing is the camera.
Five common camera setup errors
A professional photographer, Ugo Cei, spoke about one elegant trick he uses to teach his clients how to study the camera better: take a brown paper bag, put the camera in it, and blindly, without looking at it, adjust the ISO, shutter speed and aperture to the desired values. If you can do this, then you already know your tool enough and can move on (it goes without saying that you also need to clearly understand how these basic settings work). Continue reading
Reflections are generated by the light source. However, it should not be displayed in the frame. Consider, for example, a landscape photograph of a small alpine lake reflecting the silhouettes of dark trees surrounding it.
When creating such a scene, you must be careful not to let the sun get into the frame, otherwise it will be reflected in the lake and thereby simply ruin the picture. The sun will significantly reduce the reflection of the main element and the contrast of the scene, which will make your reflection almost completely unreadable.
Based on the particular scene being shot, adjust your own position or the position of your camera, make sure that you do not let the sun into the frame.
Reflections in photographs. How do they do it? Continue reading
Gregory Harris is a fairly young but already very successful photographer who has been collaborating with leading glossy media and high-class brands on the planet for decades. Harris breathes in every work with an inner power hidden in his models and revealing in front of the lens of his camera. This special balance of minimalism and fullness brought Gregory Harris worldwide fame and contacts with the most influential customers.
New Zealand American
The photographer was born in New Zealand, but received a professional education in neighboring Australia. Harris entered the Royal Institute of Technology in Melbourne, successfully graduated from it and went on an internship in the United States, to the famous photographer David Sims. He studied with the master for five years, after which he began his own career – very, very stormy. Continue reading