Right now, the first generation to have had its childhood captured digitally instead of on film is coming of age. Analog photography is slowly disappearing from the public consciousness, and it’s no longer simply natural to know how to work with traditional film. Want to get started with film, but don’t know how? Let’s take a look at your possibilities.
File for month: 6 / 2019
Old cars are already gorgeous in and of themselves. They’re going to look good in photos practically no matter how you photograph them. But how do you capture things so that they really, truly stand out? It’s enough to pay attention to the details and crank-start your creativity. We’ve prepared a few tips for you on how to depict vintage cars so that they’ll shine in their true beauty.
We all want to have beautiful photos. From there, creating your own personal editing style is a natural step when you’re a beginning photographer. But if you dive into editing head first, you can end up landing somewhere that you didn’t want to be. How can you tell when an edit is too much?
The photographer arrives at the wedding, enjoys a feast and good wine, occasionally presses the trigger between bites, and then charges an eye-rolling sum. We’ll bet you too have heard this stereotype in one form or another. Come join us for an overview of what all is reflected in a wedding shoot’s final price.
Each of our four-legged friends is different, but they all have one thing in common. They’re photogenic! We’ll show you tried-and-true tips and tricks for making your dog a first-class model. No matter whether you’re photographing a French bulldog or German Shepherd, you just need to stick to a few guidelines for your dog photos to look great.
Lukáš “Kenji” Vrábel has a signature style thanks to which his photos left a mark on us at first sight. Wide angles, distinctive and yet tasteful work with colors, and a pleasant mood that simply wafts from his portraits. Those are just some of the ingredients due to which Kenji’s style will leave a positive impact on you.