May 19, 2019
  • 10:48 PM Advocating for RAW vs JPEG
  • 1:57 AM Cuban-American In Miami: Maria de las Nieves
  • 7:24 PM Notre Dame no more.
  • 10:44 PM Cuban-American in Miami: Ricky
  • 11:08 PM Photography and the golden ratio.
  • 6:13 AM Cuban-American in Miami: Mrs. Isbell

It is believed that Leonardo Da Vinci took three long years to develop his well-known painting Mona Lisa. A masterpiece due to a number: 1.618: 1. Leonardo turned Mona Lisa into a piece of immense beauty by using this proportion. He applied the rule of the golden ratio to the artwork. That and good painting […]

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To consider which file format to use, we must take into account how to obtain as much information as possible so that in the post-caption process the smallest possible amount of the original information is lost. Every time we make adjustments during the edition of a photograph, it loses information. Therefore, if we use a […]

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Everyone on occasion has experienced the disappointment of checking that the photo that we like the most has a slight blur or is slightly moved as a result of not grabbing the camera correctly. The most important consideration we must have to firmly grasp a camera is that we become the tripod that supports it, […]

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