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Париж 1914 года на цветных фото. Благодаря широкой доступности пластинок для цветной съемки по методу "Автохром", поступивших в продажу в 1907 г. , до нас дошел очаровательный цветной портрет французской столицы накануне Первой мировой войны.

Париж 1914 года на цветных фото

Скорее всего, представленные снимки сделаны фотографами из группы банкира и мецената Альберта Кана.Этот материал получил уже довольно большое распространение в Сети, но, возможно, кто-то ещё не видел. Знаменитое кабаре Мулен Руж в 1914 г. Ancient Society Research Resources. Using Camera Shutter Speed Creatively. A camera's shutter speed can control exposure, but it's also one of the most powerful creative tools in photography.

Using Camera Shutter Speed Creatively

It can convey motion, freeze action, isolate subjects and smooth water, amongst other abilities. This tutorial describes how to achieve these various effects, in addition to hopefully stimulating other creative ideas for using shutter speed in everyday shots. For a background on how it factors into exposure, also see camera exposure: aperture, ISO and shutter speed. Magpie Landing by Chris Homan. These 22 Abandoned Theme Parks Will Send Chills Down Your Spine.

Posted on July 21 2014 at 09:25 am People are drawn in by abandoned buildings and cities.

These 22 Abandoned Theme Parks Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

These theme parks from around the world have been long since forgotten by the people who used to spend the best days of their childhood there. 9 of the Most Fascinating Abandoned Mansions from Around the World. Haunting photos of abandoned mansions where time stands still. Niki Feijen visited eight countries in Europe over the course of a year and a half to complete his new book titled Frozen He relies on Google Earth to remotely scout possible locations before hitting the road to see them in person To avoid getting stranded in a decrepit old building, the photographer travels with a crew made up of 3-4 people By Snejana Farberov Published: 02:14 GMT, 20 June 2014 | Updated: 06:19 GMT, 21 June 2014.

Haunting photos of abandoned mansions where time stands still

About UK Deer – The Deer Study & Wildlife Centre. Deer are our largest native land mammal and the opportunity of seeing them in our countryside is now greater than ever.

About UK Deer – The Deer Study & Wildlife Centre

Despite this many people have never seen wild deer in their natural habitat. This section provides an invaluable insight into their identification and natural history. Hopefully it will promote and encourage others to take up an interest in deer and give them the opportunity and thrill of observing deer in the wild. It is through this medium that we can best understand wild deer and make informed judgements on their management and protection. The British Deer Society - A deer species overview. Why You Should Be Using Aperture Priority Mode. It is a common misconception that anything except manual mode is “cheating”.

Why You Should Be Using Aperture Priority Mode

I find many people feel that being in total control of all the settings makes a picture much more worthy of praise. However, I’m going to argue why wildlife photographers should be shooting in aperture priority mode. Before I begin, I must state that I am talking in generalities, as there are always exceptions to any situation. Aperture priority mode allows you to fix the aperture to whatever size you wish, and let the camera adjust the shutter speed to correctly expose the image. With wildlife photography, your subject is rarely still for very long. Animals will run through areas of different lighting conditions. Furthermore, lighting is rarely flat and even across the entire scene. How to Photograph Birds in Flight. It can be incredibly rewarding to photograph birds in flight.

How to Photograph Birds in Flight

Equally, however, there can be nothing more frustrating than the very same thing. As with any and all types of wildlife photography, success is down to a combination of the usual factors which you have to juggle with: namely, light vs shutter speed vs aperture vs ISO. Unless you are fortunate enough to live in one of the sunnier parts of the world, you’ll rarely have the ability to photograph every bird in flight at f8, 1/8000 sec and ISO 100 (and to be honest, would you want to? It’ll not get your creative juices flowing). And so, the trade-offs begin – but don’t be disheartened. Navigation: Panning | Composition | Depth of Field | Autofocus | Shutter Speeds | Perspective Nikon D3s & Nikkor 600mm f/4 VR lens with 1.7x converter. 1/800 second, f/8, ISO 7200.

Nikon D3100 Specific

Wildlife Extra - Wildlife Photography - Photography tips: photographing the deer rut. Wildlife Photography » Photography tips: photographing the deer rut The annual spectacle of the red deer rut is a golden opportunity to hone your wildlife photography skills.

Wildlife Extra - Wildlife Photography - Photography tips: photographing the deer rut

Geoff Simpson explains how to get the most dramatic and striking shots possible. What is a macro lens? Magnification and minimum focus distance explained. In our latest photography cheat sheet we answer the question ‘What is a macro lens?’.

What is a macro lens? Magnification and minimum focus distance explained

In our infographic we explain some of the finer points of using macro lenses and illustrate the effects different magnifications can produce with your subjects. The official definition of a macro lens is that it should be able to reproduce a life-sized image of an object on the recording medium – in this case the image sensor. True macro lenses offer a magnification factor of 1.0x or 1:1 at its closest focus setting. Fit one of these lenses to a DSLR like the Canon EOS 60D, and a standard UK postage stamp will fill the whole frame. That might not sound particularly impressive, but when you consider that the 18Mp sensor in cameras like enable very large format prints, the potential for creating massive enlargements from shots of tiny objects is really quite astonishing.

Simply click on the infographic to see the larger version of this cheat sheet, or drag and drop it to your desktop.