As I've already many times said, I don't think about digital images as a final product. Any digital photo which is in my computer is considered to be as a raw material, no matter how complex was it's post manipulation. Therefore I seldom return to the final material and either finish it or remake it. continue reading
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Picturing glass was one of my first works in studio, actually it's not so hard if you have glass only on tabletop but if you have something from steel or some other material it can be difficult. There are two types of picturing glass. One is as I call it "through the glass" and the other is on the glass. What that means? First "through the glass" means that you will light your object through it, for example put your glass at the glass surface. Than put white paper as a background but spread it also... continue reading
Only after a period of time I first came here, I found gradually in DT that it doesn’t focus much on “photograph masterpiece” but more sort of on the useful “picture materials”. At the same time, realize that my outdoor photo flash has been kept unused for a quite long time, which was bought before mainly using for shooting models, perhaps it can be put into use now for shooting some still life materials.So found some sketch paper left many years ago when charcoal drawing, One large... continue reading
The DT "Resources" section recommends a few books for photographers...I just wanted to mention a few others that I have particularly enjoyed reading and have thought to be useful.National Geographic Field GuidesMany of the photographers at the National Geographic are legends (or at least should be) for the photos they produce when on assignment.This series of books gives lots of practical advice on the equipment to use and technical aspects to keep in mind when taking a picture.One of... continue reading
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