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Stained glass is one of the most remarkable phenomena of monumental art. It received its current name from the French word “vitrage” – glass. Until recently, this term was understood as an ornamental or plot decorative composition (in a window, door, partition, in the form of a separate panel) of glass or other material that transmits light.
According to scientists, the simplest stained glass windows existed already in ancient Egypt from the 2nd millennium BC. and in ancient Rome – from the 1st millennium AD. Continue reading
Photography of classical or modern architecture is a serious challenge. However, the forces spent on shooting buildings and urban historical sights are worth what the photographer most often gets. Here are some tips that will help you not to be afraid to shoot architecture – in your native village or tourist center.
Be attentive to the direction of light, as with its help you can increase the contrast, shadows, textures and reflections. High contrast levels may cause cameras to incorrectly transmit the picture. However, this can be easily overcome using exposure compensation. Continue reading