The Art of Narrative Photography

An artist’s ability to create images is usually judged by how well they can tell a story. Whether it be through the use of light, color, or movement, the images that are created should evoke emotion in the viewer and transport them to another place. The art of narrative photography takes this idea one step further – these photos document an event or experience so thoroughly that you feel like you were there yourself.

The following blog post will explain what narrative photography is and why it is becoming more popular in today’s society. It also includes tips on how to create your own narrative photographs using different types of cameras!

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The history of photography

The history of photography dates back to 1839. This is when a French scientist, Louis Daguerre, managed to create a photographic plate that captured the image over a long exposure period using silver nitrate and mercury. He called this process “daguerreotype”.

However, the first photographic camera dates back to 1826. It was invented by Nicéphore Niépce who managed to capture an image using a primitive pinhole camera. This process is called “heliography” and it is considered as one of the earliest forms of photography in history.

What is narrative photography

Narrative photography is a form of artistic expression that creates a story through the use of photos.

A narrative photograph relies on context and emotional effect to evoke a reaction from the viewer. The goal of a narrative photographer is to create an emotional connection with the viewer by telling a story in each photo they take.

A good example of this type of photography is “The Kiss,” which was taken by Robert Doisneau in 1948. It depicts a couple kissing passionately in front of the Eiffel Tower, and it explores themes such as love, … Read the rest

tattoo photography

Top Pro Tips for Tattoo Photography

Photographing tattoos is a unique skill. Tattoos are not just pictures on someone’s skin, but they are personal pieces of art that tell a story or represent what the person wearing them feels about themselves. In this blog post, we will discuss ten pro tips for photographing tattoos and how to take better shots!

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Have a plan for the shoot

The first thing you should do before your tattoo shoot is to have a plan. This will help make sure that all of the angles and elements for each photo are accounted for, so there’s no need to worry about this part during shooting time!

The first step is to discuss what kind of pictures you would like. It’s important that each photographer has several different styles in mind before starting, but also know which ones are the best options based on an individual’s personality or style

You know that feeling when you have a great idea for your next tattoo? You might be thinking about getting one, but are afraid of the pain. Well, don’t let it stop there! Spend time researching different artists who specialize in this type of work and find out what kind would suit both personalities as well as style preferences before making any final decisions on design or color schemes- think about where each thing will go exactly on a body part (shoulders vs back).

The tattoo should be well-lit, but not too bright

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It is important for the tattoo to be well lit, but not too bright. It should appear as though it came from a distance and was close up in person at first glance when looking through your eyes instead of using flash photography or other photo-editing software that makes everything look like an overexposed mess with no detail present whatsoever.… Read the rest

Explore Creative Side of Furniture Photography: Ideas and Tips

Furniture photography is a niche that many people know little about, but it can be a very creative process. The emphasis of this blog post will be on the more creative side of furniture photography. We’ll discuss the various techniques and ideas to try to create unique product photos for your business!

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1. What is Furniture Photography

Furniture photography is a niche that many people know little about, but it can be a very creative process. The emphasis of this blog post will be on the more creative side of furniture photography. We’ll discuss the various techniques and ideas to try to create unique product photos for your business!

2. Basic Equipment

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Here are some basic pieces of equipment that could help you in your furniture photography work:

● Tripod-Obligatory for any sort of camera work includes using video too (no need to buy an expensive one)

● Digital SLR Camera -For DSLR, I would recommend Canon Rebel T-i or EOS 1100D, Nikon D3300. But any good quality camera will work

● Remote trigger -you can either use a standard model that costs around $20 or you could go for an expensive wireless one if your budget allows

● Macro lens and/or Extension tubes -these are optional but may come in handy when attempting creative photos of small objects such as jewelry etc.(I’ve already written about macro photography check it out)

3. Techniques to Make Your Furniture Look Its Best

One of the best ways to make your furniture look its best is to use a light background and dark accent pillows. You can also try to use white sheets or white bedding pulled up under the sofa cushions for a beautiful backdrop.

Another great way to demonstrate … Read the rest

Fine Art Photography

The Elements of Art Photography

In this blog post, I will discuss the elements of art photography. It’s a popular genre for artists to explore and there are many different ways that you can approach it. In this post I’ll break down some of the key features that make up an art photo and how each one affects your final product.

The Best Fine Art Photographers You Should Know

The fine art photography world is a competitive one. There are many talented photographers who work hard to

Fine Art Photography: Images that Raises Emotions

Art can be defined in many ways. Some people see fine art photography as a form of art, while others may not.

The Rule of Thirds

The Rule of Thirds is a very important compositional rule that can also be considered a guideline. It dictates that you divide your image into 9 equal parts, both horizontally and vertically.

Leading Lines

Leading lines are a way of drawing the eye to one of your chosen focal points in an image. They can be subtle or striking. Some common examples include leading from the bottom of the frame to a subject that is higher up, or vice versa. Leading lines can be created by trees, staircases, roads, railroad tracks and bodies of water. Busy cityscapes with lots of lines crisscrossing each other can also be very good for this technique.

Symmetry and Patterns

Symmetry and patterns can be found in both nature and art. Symmetry creates a comforting type of balance within an image. It provides a sense of calmness, serenity, or stability.

Patterns are designs that are made up of repeating shapes, lines or colors. They tend to send the viewer’s eye through the image in one clear direction. Patterns tend to be quite visually engaging.

Negative Space

Negative Space is any … Read the rest