MAXIM PETROVICH DMITRIEV - FOUNDER OF RUSSIAN PHOTO-PUBLICISM AND FAMOUS PHOTOGRAPH-DOCUMENTARY
All historians and ethnographers who studied Russia in the middle of the 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as the lovers of literature and music of that time, are…

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WORKING WITH COMPOSITION
Artists who are engaged in painting or graphics, follow the rules of composition, or at least know when they decide to break them. The same goes for the best photographers.…

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Poet and poetry. 19-20-21 century

The word “poetry” in Greek means creation. And often we use this term to refer to the beauty, grace and sound of what is said or written. Then it sounds like a metaphor, and can even be said about prose. There is also the term “verse”, and sometimes to avoid confusion in the scientific literature it is used it. But he, too, is not capable of giving the desired exact explanation to this method of organizing speech, because, as is well known, it is customary to call a “line” a separate line of a poem. Continue reading

SEVERAL LUNG TIPS FOR THOSE WHO ARE GOING TO PHOTOGRAPHE CHILDREN

So, you have a camera, you have children – why not combine these positive moments and not get some great shots? After all, making great photos yourself is much easier than it seems at first glance, especially if there is some sort of experience in portrait photography in stock. The tips that you will read in this article are good because they are suitable for any camera – be it your phone, dish soap or a solid professional DCLR.
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ART OF ENAMEL
The history of artistic enameling, as well as the art of jewelry, has a history of more than three thousand years. When and where was the enameling performed for the…

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HISTORY OF THE APPEARANCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CAPACITY ART
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…

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