Maybe you have read my Introduction to Focus Stacking a few years ago. Back then I already wrote about the benefits of focus stacking and how it can be easily applied to Landscape Photography. Yesterday I decided to record a tutorial video where I show both my process in the field and the post processing[…]

The first days in Queensland had already been very diversified. We had been to the tropics around Cape Tribulation, to the rolling hills around Millaa Millaa and finally went on a boat ride through the Whitsundays. Up until now though we had not seen any kangaroos, which are the first animals which come to mind,[…]

In part 1 and part 2 of this article series I talked about the preparation, the equipment and the techinques I use during a seascape shoot. In this installment I’ll focus on a very certain aspect of seascape photography, the capturing of the waves’s motion and energy as they break at the shore. While it’s[…]

Last weekend I did a quick trip into the Alps to go hiking and take some photos along the way. For the first time I also filmed the whole experience and the result is the video I show in this blog entry. The weather was quite unpredictable and while I was driving down into the[…]

After ten weeks in South America we flew from Santiago to Sydney and from there up to Cairns. Australia was the fifth country on our tour around the world and the contrast to South America couldn’t have been bigger. The houses around Cairns looked like out of a magazine, there were huge supermarkets and everything[…]

Just recently I returned from one week in northern Spain. I was visiting the Costa Quebrada near Santander and some close-by landscapes. During that week, not once did I get a glowing sunrise or sunset to photograph. Years ago this would have frustrated me. But I have since learned how to take spectacular photos even[…]

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