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Saturday, 26 July 2014 00:00

Light (part 1)

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Anyone who has a minimum of familiarity with photography knows full well that being able to recognise and fully master various types of light allows you to achieve entirely different images using the same subject and lens. So much so that these can go from being considered, depending on the circumstance, lovely to look at and pleasing to the eye or unpleasant and insignificant.Here are two physical parameters that the quality of the light depends on, and which it's necessary to know how to interpret in order to achieve the images we desire: The direction of the source of light…
Saturday, 04 January 2014 00:00

The more I shoot the better is! Or maybe not...?

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The advent of the digital image has changed everything. We all know it. Among the many changes coming from the passage from strips of plastic film covered with photosensitive material (film), or magnetized (magnetic tape, cassettes) to smaller and smaller memory cards, there is one change which, in contrast to the thrust propulsive digital, has been responsible for a "behavioral" involution of filmmakers (and photographers). No one seemed to realize that. The digital explosion stopped the chore of buying continuosly videotapes and film rolls! Some of my readers could think. Do not worry. I'm one of those filmmakers who will…

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