Re: Visual photoinstructions, how beautifully to tie a scarf, scarf and stole (17 photos)

To me "pretzel" liked. Need to try.

In general, there is usually no time to wind something up there. Although I love different shawls, scarves, stoles and buy them all the time. As it is pleasant, so I can not move! Must buy! It is necessary to make a revision, and then I carry what is at hand, and the rest in the closet, and even crumpled. Oh, I bought the steamer! Manual, but powerful. He liked the new windbreaker. Here it is necessary different scarfs-handkerchiefs poteparivat!

The world’s first exhibition of photos taken at the camera of the car

The world's first exhibition of photos taken at the camera of the car

Until recently, photos taken on the phone were nonsense, today – more than the norm. But the photos taken on the car, have not yet entered into fashion and are surprising. In this case, we are not talking about images from the DVR, but about a full-fledged art exhibition: it can be seen in the Manege until May 27 in the framework of the Photobiennale.

The first car, which allows you to get high quality images, has become an SUV Volvo XC60 with a built-in camera of the company’s security system. The works of this “photographer” make up an entire exposition with a documentary chronicle of the street life of Copenhagen. Before us – picturesque pedestrians and cyclists, organically fit in the space and a rich urban landscape. The co-author of the photographs was the photographer Barbara Davidson, who received the treasured “Pulitzer” three times. For this talented woman, it is time to conquer new heights of photo art: the world’s first exhibition of photographs taken on the camera of the car belongs to her. Be sure to come to see this amazing phenomenon, and at the same time stroll through other expositions of the Moscow “Photobiennale”.

The museum operates from 12 to 22 hours, tickets for 400 rubles.

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“Atlas VMyakovsky”: an exhibition-archive about the Poet of the Revolution

"Atlas VMyakovsky": an exhibition-archive about the Poet of the Revolution

In the Tretyakov Gallery, or rather, in the Museum-workshop of A. S. Golubkina opened a multimedia exhibition "Atlas VMayakovsky". At first glance, chaotic, crowded with things, photos, music, video recordings – this is a total installation, which most of all resembles an attempt to get into the head of the Poet of the Revolution. Yes there Poet – a generation of artists.

To the central idea of ​​the exhibition (by the way, everyone can define it in its own way, but the creators talk about "attempt to map the chaos") lead at once several paths. For example, A. Shane’s film "VMjakovsky", which is an important element of the exposition. In the picture, Chulpan Khamatova, Yury Kolokolnikov, Yevgeny Mironov played. All of them literally in front of spectators turned into Mayakovsky, Lilia Brik, Yakov Agranov.

The film combined the features of the cinema and theater in the same way as the exhibition in the Tretyakov Gallery accommodates different formats of contact with the viewer. Here you can compare the photos of Mayakovsky and Sergei Kuryokhin; listen to songs Tsoi and the stories of her daughter "Lighthouse" Helena Patricia Thompson; to dive into Mayakovsky’s private space and out of it to come up in the room of some avant-garde artist from the 80’s. Each exhibit hints at thousands of invisible threads connecting artists of the twentieth century. Find and hold these parallels – the task of the visitors themselves.

The exhibition will last from April 12 to November 25. The ticket costs 1500 rubles.

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Three stories of Provisions: an exhibition in the Museum of Moscow

Three stories of Provisions: an exhibition in the Museum of Moscow

The Moscow Museum is calling for an exhibition dedicated to the architectural ensemble on Zubovsky Boulevard. It acquaints viewers with the ancient appearance of the Museum of Moscow, which survived three births, transformed from Provision warehouses into the Garage of the General Staff, and then into a modern exhibition space.

The exhibition is divided into three parts, from the present to the past. The starting point is the modern history of Provision warehouses, which have become one of the main museums of the capital. The first part of the exposition presents the brightest exhibition projects of the Museum of Moscow, photographs and videos telling about city projects. The second part tells about the history of the garages of the General Staff and introduces the guests to the retro cars of the Soviet era. The third zone shows the original appearance of Provision warehouses, built in 1835 to store military supplies.

Each zone combines the advantages of a multimedia exhibition with a classic archive: here you can see rare video and artifacts, and in the transitions between the zones to get acquainted with the historical events connecting the three epochs.

The exhibition is open from April 28 to June 10, entrance ticket to the museum.

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“Liverpool” – “Roma”. Oxlade-Chamberlain was injured and left the field on a stretcher

Midfielder Liverpool Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was injured in the first leg of the semi-finals of the Champions League against Roma (0-0, first half).

The Englishman could not continue the meeting because of a knee injury and left the field on a stretcher. Instead, he entered the game at the 18th minute, Giorgino Veynaldum.

Subsequently, the injured player on a stretcher was transported to podtribunnye premises. leads an online broadcast of the match “Liverpool” – “Roma”.

Liverpool went crazy with the Champions League. Just look at it.

Still life: how to remove levitation and steam

About a still-life is often thought of as something static, presenting photographs similar to the classic breakfasts of the Harlem school – delightful, but devoid of dynamics. Modern still life is filled with movement: milk is spilled from cups, chocolate explodes, cocoa turns into dragon, protecting marshmallows. It’s worth starting, of course, not with a dragon, but with something simpler. For example, with lemon tea, where there is not only a lemon, which is not fully affected by gravity, but also the movement of steam rising from the cup.

Still life: how to remove levitation and steam

Equipment and props

First, we need the means for fixing lemons in the air. These are clamps, which I will discuss later, and something subtle to fix directly the lemon slice. In my case, these are long thin needles for beads. You can take toothpicks, skewers, thin needles, but the needle is most convenient. For very light objects (tea leaves or mint) acupuncture needles.

Secondly, we need items of a still life: a transparent cup, lemons, cinnamon, sugar. Mint leaves, however, will look no less successful.

Thirdly, the light source. Speed ​​of steam movement is low, and lemons will be fixedly fixed in “flight”, so the scene can be shot with both pulsed and constant light. Even windows will be enough (if you prefer natural lighting). I like controlled light, so I shoot with two flashes.

Fourth, the means for creating steam, which I will discuss below.

And, of course, not least we need a camera. I shoot on the Nikon D800 with a Nikon 105mm f / 2.8 FX AF MICRO-NIKKOR lens. Also great for, for example, professional D850 or amateur D5200. And, of course, a tripod.


A necessary thing in the economy of almost any subject photographer. If you shoot falling cups, flying cookies, soaring ink tanks and other levitation, you most likely need not only an adhesive gun, but also a good tool for fixing these items in the correct position and at the right angle. The “hand” of the reflector and the wire is beautiful, I do not argue, but do not always cope. That’s what I tried and that I liked.

Let’s look at the special clip Wimberley The Plamp II – my favorite. It consists of spherical hinges, which, firstly, well hold their weight (you can fix a small reflector, and it will not fall), and secondly, can be fine-tuned (the spoon in the frame will be exactly at the right angle).

Still life: how to remove levitation and steam

This clamp is designed for those who take flowers, but are used by everyone. It is possible to clamp something solid, and it will be rigidly fixed, and something soft, for example, a stalk of a camomile – and it will not be remembered.

Also a good clip for Starmag Double Flexi Clamp. Invented for those who are engaged in embroidery and patchwork. There are no hinges, a special lining for soft things is also missing, the adjustment of the position is not so thin, but the weight holds well (you can attach even heavier objects), clings to the table firmly and generally pleases.

In addition, consider any clamp with a thin “flexible” tube. Do not even come near them! It is almost impossible to adjust the bending of such a tube: it straightens, falls, refuses to cooperate. Trying to fix this in the right position is like trying to straighten a wire with a memory effect, it returns to its previous state as soon as it is left alone.


The key to capturing steam is a light source. All. Yes, even a cold room and boiling water, but it goes without saying. The main thing to remember is that steam and smoke are very different things.

I’m all hands for using aromatic fragrances to get smoke on the photo – it’s cheap, and relatively safe. Smoke-machine and dry ice is not at all, and the incense can be bought in any shop with souvenirs. Problems begin when they are used to simulate steam. But steam is a fluid particle, and smoke is a particle of a solid in the air. A couple usually has a slightly larger fraction and a completely different structure. In the photo, this is noticeable.

Still life: how to remove levitation and steamNIKON D800 / 105.0 mm f / 2.8 INSTALLATIONS: ISO 200, F6.3, 1/160 s, 105.0 mm eq.

If you want to remove steam over a cup of tea, it is best to take a cup with a real hot drink and light it with a backlight (just put the camera in front of the window if you shoot with natural light), it will be very beautiful. If your model is not so easily boiled with water, a steamer for clothes or a stack of wet cotton pads heated in a microwave oven can go into action. But in most cases you will have enough of the usual boiling water.


So, we have sorted out the formalities, we can get down to business!

Gather an uncomplicated composition with a tea cup as the center of interest. Leave plenty of room at the top of the picture – for steam and levitation. Cut the lemon into segments, each pierce with a long thin needle or skewer. Fix this design in the air using the clamps I mentioned above, or handy items like a ruler, a pile of books and a paint tape. In the photo it can be seen that the needles are not so much fixed by the clips on the holders themselves as they are glued to them with a paint tape – so it was easier to find the right angle. First fix the heavy objects (lemon slices), and then light (leaves of mint or tea).

Still life: how to remove levitation and steamNIKON D800 / 105.0 mm f / 2.8 INSTALLATIONS: ISO 160, F10, 1/100 sec, 105.0 mm equiv.


You can use any familiar light scheme where one condition is met: one of the light sources should illuminate the pairs from behind. So it will be clearly visible in the picture and even slightly glow.

In my case, the light scheme looks like this:

Drawing light. The flash in the strip box is just behind the stage. Beats tea and lemons. I like this effect on transparent objects: they start to glow and it turns out very nicely.

  • Filling light. You can put a reflector, but with a flash behind a large diffuser I like more. It highlights the shadows, makes the tea leaves and the anise star on the left visible.

  • Black flag. The third photo shows both flashes together. Plus, I put a small black flag (A6 sheet of cardboard) to close the strip of horizontal background behind an empty cup – I like it when the horizontal border in the frame is not visible.

    Still life: how to remove levitation and steam

    Shooting and processing

    Do not forget to make an “empty” shot, where the composition is already there, and there are no lemons and holders yet – so it will be easier to remove the last ones. Check to see if everything is going well, move the camera to the burst mode, add the steam in the way that you like most and take a few pictures. Settings, of course, are selected depending on your light source and the atmosphere that you want to transfer. My EXIF ​​looks like this: ƒ / 10, 1 / 100s, ISO 160.

    Still life: how to remove levitation and steamNIKON D800 / 105.0 mm f / 2.8 INSTALLATIONS: ISO 160, F10, 1/100 sec, 105.0 mm equiv.

    Now you need a little puzzle over the picture. Processing here is minimal, because we did everything on the site. Take pictures in RAW. This shooting in Nikon cameras allows you to flexibly adjust the color and save details in the shadows. Convert the file from RAW, increasing the saturation of the blue color, so that the steam looks more contrasting next to the lemon slices. Open the most successful frame from the series and the “empty” frame in Photoshop, put an “empty” frame on top of a separate layer and use the layer mask (Layer Mask) and a soft brush just paint everything that should not be visible. Zapehshire visible parts of needles in lemons and leaves. I needed to add a little more shine to the frame: make the color of the tea warmer, remove the specks, slightly lighten the tea leaves in the foreground. TA-dah!

    Still life: how to remove levitation and steam

    Combining levitation with dynamic movement (steam, pouring out flour or spices, coffee, etc.) is a very effective technique that looks more amusing than cups just hanging in the air. Try to take a still life with other fruits, cookies or even ice cream. Successful experiments!

    Still life: how to remove levitation and steam

    Still life: how to remove levitation and steam

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    Learning which place is captured on the cover of an album, the photographer goes there and takes a picture from the same angle. According to Bertch, although many locations after decades remained the same as before, some have changed beyond recognition.

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    Sneeze for the spring

    Interview with pediatrician Anna Levadnaya about seasonal allergies

    Spring is not only a time of change, but also allergies. All around is blossoming, blooming, and many of us are not up to the spring mood. We talk with pediatrician and neonatologist Anna Levadnaya about what to do to allergic people, where to run, and what to pay attention first.

    Anna Levadnaya, neonatologist, pediatrician, cms:

    So, spring is on the nose. The flowering season is just around the corner. And that means that for those who suffer from allergic rhinitis, bronchial asthma and allergic conjunctivitis, the season of torment will begin. So, what can we do?

    First, we need to know that there is a “flowering map”. If you know what exactly you have an allergic reaction, you need to keep track of such “flowering maps” and understand when the flowering of the plant that you are allergic to begins – at what time. There is a standard (basic), yearly non-updating map, which roughly indicates when a particular plant blooms – in what month. But now there is the opportunity to more accurately know when exactly in your region starts to bloom this or that plant. This can be determined by navigating a flowering map for your region. Unfortunately, they are not always accurate. This, too, must be borne in mind.

    So, what you need to take an allergy sufferer before the flowering season? First, start a basic therapy, without waiting until allergy manifestations begin. You should start taking antihistamines. It is desirable that these are second-generation drugs that do not cause drowsiness and other serious side effects. Some people may be recommended taking antileukotriene drugs based on Montelukast (Latin Montelukastum). Perhaps your doctor has told you about it. Asthmatics may be recommended to increase the level of inhaled basal therapy, but this should also be discussed with your health care provider.

    Then, it is important to understand that there is such a thing as “cross-allergy”. And some cereals can give a cross reaction to a number of foods. It is necessary to find out which cross product gives an allergic reaction to your allergen and exclude these products during the flowering period from the diet, so as not to increase the allergic reaction. It used to be that during the period of exacerbation of pollinosis (seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis), planned vaccines should be avoided. Now more and more specialists are inclined to the point of view that one should not postpone planned vaccinations in this period. Nevertheless, after vaccination it is necessary to be under the supervision of a doctor for at least half an hour in order to exclude anaphylactic reactions. By the way, this applies not only to allergies, but also to children who do not suffer from allergies.

    Allergy sufferers can also use any salt solutions, apply them to the nasal mucosa in order to reduce the amount of pollen entering the nose. This can be done before leaving the house in order to protect the mucosa, and on returning home in order to clean the nasal mucosa. It is also necessary to take a shower regularly in order to wash allergens off the skin surface. You can also install in the apartment filters for cleaning air – stationary or mobile. There are stationary, which are built into the wall of your apartment. In this case, for the flowering period, you should close the windows and use these filters. In addition, allergic people during intensive flowering should avoid prolonged outdoor activities, especially in those places where trees bloom (carriers / spreaders of allergens). In severe cases, it may be recommended to leave for the flowering period to another region where this plant does not blossom.

    If the edema has already begun, then it is necessary to wash the saline solution with mucous membrane and take an antihistamine. It is also recommended that allergy sufferers use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory hormonal sprays, which are applied to the mucous membrane. However, it is important to understand that similar drugs – prolonged (delayed) action. They must be taken in advance and sufficiently large courses. Do not be afraid of side effects! As a rule, local application of hormones is not dangerous. They are not absorbed into the blood and have a minimal amount of side effects – especially if we use them only for the flowering period.

    There is also an allergen-specific immune therapy (ASIT). Many of you have heard of it. But, unfortunately, now – namely in the spring, – it’s too late to hold it. It should be carried out in advance, in the autumn-winter period. Therapy is prescribed to children, starting from age 5, and is quite effective. Please do not self-medicate! Do not use drugs that have an unknown composition! The use of homeopathic, herbal preparations with unknown composition can strengthen already existing allergic reactions or cause the development of allergic reactions in those people who have not had them before. Take care of children!

    Pratum Integrum will host the Baroque Days in Moscow

    Pratum Integrum will host the Baroque Days in MoscowPratum Integrum will host the Baroque Days in Moscow

    On May 19 and 20, 2018, the Pratum Integrum Orchestra organizes a cycle of lectures “Baroque Days” at various venues in Moscow.

    “We asked our favorite teachers to choose one of the key themes for Baroque – and to talk about it publicly, for those who go to us for concerts and who are interested in this beautiful era. So there was a cycle of 5 lectures. Almost everywhere the entrance is free, and where the ticket is needed, the price does not exceed 250 rubles,

    – said in a message in the facebook Pratum Integrum.

    Sites of the cycle will be the Memorial Apartment of Svyatoslav Richter, the cultural center “Pokrovsky Gates”, the bookstore-lecture hall “Chitalka”, the house-museum of AN Scriabin and the MA Voloshin Library.

    May 19, 2018

    “The birth of the orchestra”. Lecturers: cellist, art director of the orchestra Pratum Integrum Pavel Serbin and project manager of the orchestra Pratum Integrum Anna Andrushkevich.

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    Bach and Handel. Lecturer: Professor of the Moscow Conservatory Larisa Kirillina.

    May 20, 2018

    “Italian opera of the XVIII century”. Lecturer: musicologist, doctor of art criticism, professor of the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music Irina Susidko.

    “Parks of the XVIII century: Versailles, Tsarskoe Selo, Pavlovsk”. Lecturer: senior researcher and lecturer of the Tretyakov Gallery Irina Grigoryan.

    “The space of the palace.” Lecturer: Associate Professor of Moscow State University Elena Efimova.

    The cycle “Illusions of the French Baroque” in the Cathedral Chamber of the Orthodox St. Tikhon Humanitarian University will finish the cycle on May 23rd.

    The program includes court music from the times of Louis IV and Louis XV: Rebel’s ballet “Elements”, “Theatrical Concerto” by Couperin, concerts for baroque brass and orchestra.

    The Orchestra Pratum Integrum, playing music of the Baroque and Classicist era on historical instruments, was founded in Moscow in 2003.

    Since then, Pratum Integrum has recorded more than fifteen albums and for the first time presented to the Russian public more than two hundred works, including Lully’s “Seasons”, Yevstigney Fomin’s melodrama “Orpheus” and “Passion for John” by George Gebel.

    The opening ceremony of the Year of the Russian Ballet took place in Beijing

    The opening ceremony of the Year of the Russian Ballet took place in Beijing

    The opening ceremony of the Year of the Russian Ballet took place in Beijing

    The opening of the Year of Russian Ballet took place in the Russian Cultural Center of Beijing.

    “The Russian classical ballet is the visiting card of Russia all over the world, the national treasure of our country, which is multiplied year by year thanks to the activities of Russian choreographers and artists,

    – said at the opening of the representative of Rossotrudnichestvo in the PRC Olga Shegai.

    During the event, a thematic lecture on the history of the Russian ballet was read and a festive concert was shown, in which artists from Russia and China took part.

    Also present could receive a master class from the choreographer Natalia Checheneva.

    She demonstrated some simple movements that the audience tried to repeat.