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    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    Caracteristicile obiectivelor, explicate excelent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGGUXAMliqM

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    The Long Game Part 3: Painting in the Dark

    "Painting in the Dark: The Struggle for Art in A World Obsessed with Popularity" is the long overdue follow up to the Long Game Parts 1 & 2 which looked at the creative ups and downs of Leonardo da Vinci.

    In this new video essay, I've taken a look at the forgotten difficult years of another celebrated artist and wondered what it means for creative people working today.
    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    Cum arata compresia perspectivei in functie de focala utilizata, pastrand subiectul la aceeasi dimensiune relativa in cadru :

    https://giphy.com/gifs/lens-focal-co...vanced-actions
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    La versiunile foarte wide s-a apropiat foarte mult din pacate, ma gandesc ca cu cat te apropii cu atat iti distorsioneaza mecla mai mult, dar ideea este interesanta.
    Intre 85 si 135 ai cea mai mica deformare, nu?

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    Nu ai inteles mare lucru din experiment ) ! Nu priveste deformarea (desi e o concluzie secundara care se poate tragr) ci compresia perspectivei in functie de focala - pastrand subiectul la aceeasi dimensiune relativa in cadru. Ahh a zis si mir exact acelasi lucru mai sus, e de-ajuns daca citesti

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    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    Da, dar daca te gandesti la portrete (si nu numai, chiar) deformarea e la fel de importanta cum e compresia perspectivei. Nu mi se pare deloc un fenomen secundar, ci complementar.

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    fiecare e importanta in felul ei. Daca in spate ai fundal alb infinit atunci compresia perspectivei nu mai conteaza, si e importanta numai distorsionarea subiectului tridimensional data de perspectiva. Daca fundalul e parte integranta din compozitie atunci e importanta compresia perspectivei si raportul dintre subiect si fundal.....fiind mai putin importanta distorsionarea subiectului datorata perspectivei, in anumite limite, desigur...
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    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    Cel mai bun fotograf e de fapt skilled in relatia cu oamenii:


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_Testino
    MARIO TESTINO
    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    http://digital-photography-school.co...rop-portraits/

    I always crop a shot below the knee, mid-thigh, at the waist, across forearm, or through the top of head. If I’m going to crop through my model’s waist I will usually ask my model to bring their arms up so I don’t have to crop through their arms.
    I avoid cropping at any of the joints of the body. This includes fingers, toes, elbows, knees and wrists. I also think cropping through the model’s chin looks odd.
    Dupa mai multe poze facute dupa ureche, mi-am dat seama ca exista intrebarea - "Unde e ok sa taiem o fotografie?" si am gasit pagina de mai sus.
    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    Despre fotografia cu telefonul mobil:

    The Camera You Have With You - Luminous Landscape

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    Cel mai important pentru fotografie: lumina si compozitia, apoi aparatul.

    But the iPhone is no longer just a grab-shot camera. It’s become a serious tool worthy of your camera bag.

    With our iPhones, we can not only take a photo, but we can process it on the spot and, using an array of social media – Facebook, Instragram, Twitter – we can share it instantly with friends and family. This combination of social media and photography is not only fun, but it’s also a great way to learn and be inspired by creative work from around the world.

    Photography in the pre-mobile era was often a very intentional endeavor that started with the commitment, Today I’m going out to shoot x,y,z. Part of that commitment meant:

    Blocking sufficient time to get to the shooting location,
    Gathering gear,
    Deciding which cameras to take, and
    Choosing which lenses to pack,
    Packing sufficient batteries and SD cards,
    Stowing a tripod, and
    Collecting filters, like a polarizer or neutral density.

    And all this gear went into a bag (or two!) that I had to lug around all day. Sound familiar? And that is what my day would be about; very intentionally getting out to shoot.

    Of course, I still plan intentional shooting experiences! But, when you compare that intentional scenario from yesterday, with what happens routinely today, well, things can be very different.

    Today, I get up and get on with my day, whether it’s work or play, running errands, or just hanging around the house. As the day unfolds, I see things to photograph; the play of light across a clay sculpture my son made in 2nd grade, or a bowl of pears ripening on the kitchen counter. Things that in the past I would have either ignored altogether or just shrugged my shoulders at. (How many times have you said, Dang! I wish I had my camera!)
    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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    pentru un incepator(cum sunt eu) banuiesc ca un nikon d 3300 , un obiectiv nikon 50 mm plus un nikon 55-300 la care se adauga cel de kit(18-55) este suficient.
    are rost sa investesc acum la inceput in ceva mai scump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikutzul View Post
    pentru un incepator(cum sunt eu) banuiesc ca un nikon d 3300 , un obiectiv nikon 50 mm plus un nikon 55-300 la care se adauga cel de kit(18-55) este suficient.
    are rost sa investesc acum la inceput in ceva mai scump?
    E mai mult decât de ajuns. Va trece mult timp până să ajungi să ai nevoie de ceva mai performant. Eu ies des doar cu un D3200 și doar cu obiectivul de kit. Pentru instantanee și portrete e de ajuns. Always shoot RAW

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    ISO Invariance Explained
    ISO invariance is a property of your camera’s sensor. If your camera sensor is perfectly ISO invariant, there is no penalty in noise if you brighten a photo in post-production rather than increasing your ISO in-camera. They are functionally the same. This isn’t an all-encompassing definition, and you will see why in a minute. However, if you have never heard of ISO invariance or “ISO-less” camera sensors, it is a good place to start.
    So, what are my practical recommendations for putting this into practice? It’s a short list.

    1. If you want the best possible dynamic range, only use native ISO range values, not the simulated / extended ISO values. This is true because simulated ISO values don’t actually give you any benefit in terms of noise performance or shadow detail, but they do have a greater potential to clip the brightest highlights in your image (or, if they are “simulated down,” like the LO ISO 50 on some cameras, they have the potential to clip shadow detail without improving highlight retention.) Side note: Interestingly, in many cameras, the “middle” ISO values — those between full ISO stops — are “simulated” as well, meaning that the analog voltage amplifier stays at the same gain as in the prior full ISO stop, or the same as the next full ISO stop. So, there’s a good argument against using values like ISO 125 or 160 and sticking to full ISO stops like 100 and 200, assuming that your camera is one that simulates these ISO values. While cameras like the Nikon D800e don’t simulate these values — as you can see on the same Photons to Photos page — others, like the Canon 5D Mark III, do.

    2. If your camera has low read noise (subjectively, anything under the five-electron mark as found on Photons to Photos is pretty good) for a given ISO, don’t be afraid to brighten those photos in post-processing. Even if you’d get slightly better shadows by using a higher ISO, you may save enough highlight detail that it will be worth the tradeoff. Similarly, if you accidentally use too low of an ISO with one of these cameras, you may not even be able to tell in the final photo.

    3. If a particular ISO is not simulated, don’t be afraid to use it, especially if your camera isn’t close to being ISO invariant! You’ll get better noise performance from using a “real” ISO 1600 photo rather than brightening an ISO 100 photo in post-processing, especially if your camera has a lot of back-end read noise at ISO 100.

    4. If you’re the type of person who reads about ISO invariance, you should almost certainly be shooting RAW. None of the recommendations in this article are relevant for JPEG shooters.
    Input-referred Read Noise versus ISO Setting

    ISO Invariance: The End of the Exposure Triangle?
    Last edited by jet li; 29-12-2017 at 09:00.
    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    Aristotle

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