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Catherine Verneuil When beginning the photographic

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Post time 2022-9-3 12:35:31 | Show all posts |Read mode
Edited by mostakimseo05 at 2022-9-3 13:00

Like any complex task, it is better to break it down into simpler and more affordable parts. This does not imply looking for simple photographs, since there is no such thing. However, to undertake this intricate path, it would be worth starting with the images that the reader finds interesting, intriguing. It is better to start reading photos that are attractive to look for images that are bland or, worse, unpleasant. The trip to the bookstore The path to photographic reading can start at the bookstore.

It would be necessary to review the section of photographic works e-commerce photo editing and leaf through several titles until each one finds one that catches their attention, seems clearly interesting, regardless of why it is attractive. Once you have purchased the book and in the comfort of your home or office, the next step is to give the images a general review without any other key information. It is about analyzing the work as a whole. Are most of the photographs in color or black and white Vertical or horizontal Is there a recurring theme Does the author tend to favor certain decisions Are they photos with low or high contrast This first look can take as long as necessary, there is no need to act in a hurry.


Dance, Robert Doisneau Robert Doisneau. Reading, it would be worth starting with images that are attractive to us. At least its better than starting with repulsive photographs... Once the first revision is finished, the captions can be read. Does each piece have a title Is there any indication of date and place What does the reader know of that time, of that space Do you know what happened in historical terms Then comes the reading of the literary text, if any, in the form of introductions, prologues, explanations, biographies, timelines.


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