There are several types of batik – hot, cold, free painting. They differ in the way the fabric is backed up. As a reserve in hot batik wax is used. The wax is applied using a special tool called chanting. The places covered with wax do not absorb paint, and also limit its distribution. Hot batik is called hot because the wax is used in “hot” molten form. This method is mainly used for applying color images on cotton fabric.
Upon completion, the wax is removed from the surface of the fabric. The effect of painting is achieved through layer-by-layer fabric coating.
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There are different ways to look at water, for example, as a fascinating background from Hollywood films, a dreamy forest stream … or maybe as an element full of movement. Learn how to photograph water and what laws of photography it obeys. Let our six tips for photographing water help improve your creative path.
The advantage of aquafhoto is that water landscapes are around us. And almost every form of water can look good in the pictures. You can even find great places to shoot right near your home. And if suddenly it seems to you that “something” is missing, you can go further along the water …
Large water surfaces, such as ponds, lakes and seas, can look very impressive in the frame. Continue reading
Can you imagine a world without street photography? Think of the legacy that Duano, Cartier-Bresson and the lesser-known pioneers of this genre have left for the future generations to enjoy. We can all play a role in documenting the world around us.
One of the most common concerns associated with taking pictures of street genre is a feeling of invading people’s privacy. This is understandable, but all problems can be solved by following the simple rules of respect.
Remember some of the postulates and you will never have problems when shooting on the street. Continue reading