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About TFP should be known to everyone who is somehow connected with photography. TFP (Time for Prints) is a form of transaction in the world of photography, where neither side takes money for their work from the other side. That is, the model gives the photographer his time, and the photographer provides the model with pictures for the fact that she worked with him.
TFP – Time for printing or Time for photos. It is a side effect of the current situation: there are an exceptionally large number of camera owners around, thanks to their relatively affordable prices. More cameras, more photographers and in direct correlation – more models Continue reading
Photos on the pages of glossy magazines that can be seen today are similar to each other. They are not distinguished by the complexity of the frame. Other were the work of fashion photographer Guy Bourdin: extraordinary, breaking stereotypes, innovative. Each shot evokes a series of emotions in the soul of the audience, including a lack of understanding of what is happening. Perhaps this is the secret of their immortality. To understand or not to understand … but it is really difficult to take your eyes off them.
Despite the fact that the camera Guy Bourdain picked up quite late, his work is known not only in narrow circles of professionals, but also among admirers of the art of photography.
Guy Bourdin’s personality formation and the advent of photography Continue reading
Photographing flowers is probably the most popular form of photography in amateur photography. But very often the pictures obtained after the photo shoot are a disappointment, because for the photographer, the difference between what the person saw, what he imagined in the end and what the results were is too obvious. In this article we will tell you how to photograph flowers so that your photos are the best.
This article should give a general idea of what you can do to get photos of flowers that all friends will envy. But we believe that you already know how your camera works, and figured out the settings. Having mastered the following 10 steps, you can take photos of flowers each time better and better. So let’s get started! Continue reading