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Shaolin Yin Shou Gun | 少林阴手棍 | Το κονταρι ΓΙΝ του χεριου https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUZZ5c4n4Nk&t=499shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zPsyHQlPsshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwoyP6HOdQMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yge-ovUIG9c&feature=youtu.be

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Rare Photographs of the Shaolin Temple before it was Destroyed in 1928 Source Translator’s Note: These photographs record a very famous and significant Ch’an Buddhist temple that was destroyed in 1928 by the pro-Western, pro-Christion Nationalist Movement that formed the Republican Government of China.  The Shaolin Temple in Henan province has always offered an integrated practice of still, seated meditation, […]

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«The subject deals with the story of Laotzu riding an ox through a pass. It is said that with the fall of the Chou dynasty, Laotzu decided to travel west through the Han Valley Pass. The Pass Commissioner, Yin-Hsi, noticed a trail of vapor emanating from the east, deducing that a sage must be approaching. Not long after, Laotzu riding […]

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Το καλοκαίρι είναι πλέον πίσω μας και σιγά σιγά ο καιρός αλλάζει. Ο αέρας δημιουργεί εντυπωσιακά κύματα, ο ουρανός γεμίζει με δραματικά σύννεφα και το τοπίο αλλάζει όψη. Για αυτό είναι ίσως η ιδανική στιγμή για να ξεκινήσουμε και πάλι να φωτογραφίζουμε τοπία. Η φωτογραφία τοπίου όμως δεν είναι εύκολη υπόθεση: έχει ταξίδι, περπάτημα, κουβάλημα και φυσικά το στοιχείο της […]

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Ένα από τα πιο συχνά ερωτήματα που λαμβάνω αφορά την αγορά φακών: Τι φακό να αγοράσω, τι φακό να επιλέξω, ο φακός Α είναι καλύτερος από τον Φακό Β, να πάρω φακό του κατασκευαστή του σώματος ή τρίτου κατασκευαστή κλπ κλπ. Αν και είναι δύσκολο να δοθεί μια καθολική απάντηση, μιας και οι ανάγκες του κάθε ένα από εμάς είναι […]

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Just a short welcome to our free photography course An intro to exposure and its components Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO Did you know that the Aperture is just a hole in the lens of your camera and that you can compare it to a window to better understand photography? The secrets behind Shutter Speed and how the shutter in […]

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Playing with perspective is important when it comes to telling a story through photography. One way to play with perspective in your shots: Get down on the ground. Whether it’s a water bird or a colorful crab, whether it’s one subject or three, hitting the floor often leads to more interesting shots. Watch this video for a more in-depth explanation […]

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Don’t put your main subject or subjects in the middle of your photograph. It’s static. It’s boring. It’s not nearly as dramatic as it could be. Instead, use the rule of thirds to help take more interesting photographs. Divide your frame into thirds (horizontally and vertically). Where those lines intersect are the best places to put your subjects. Don’t put […]

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