Archive for the 'Post Processing' Category

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[…]

For situations where the 3×2 format doesn’t suit the scene or where the widest angle the lens can deliver just isn’t enough, using Panoramas or their vertical version, the so called Vertoramas, can be the solution. Vertoramas are especially usefull when I have a great foreground but also a beautiful sky. If I have to[…]

HDR in Lightroom

June 4th, 2017

I have been in Frankfurt recently. It was just for one night and I didn’t have much time for photography. But in the morning I went out to capture the Skyline at sunrise. I found a good vantage point near the train station and everything aligned perfectly with the rising sun. To cope with the[…]

I’m now practising landscape photography for more than eight years and am using photoshop for an even longer time. While working on hundreds of photos I made many mistakes along the way, which is quite natural and also the best way to learn and improve. Below you’ll find a list of 10 of my most[…]

When shooting starscapes a problem I have to deal with is high noise in the images. If I can’t go with exposures of several minutes because I want the stars to appear sharp in the image, I have to increase the ISO to achieve exposure times between 10 and 20 seconds. To reduce the resulting[…]

It’s been a few years since I last recorded a start to finish tutorial showing my complete workflow. After many hours of recording and editing I’m proud to finally present you my second Start2Finish post processing tutorial. It shows the complete processing for one of my latest photos, which I took during a recent trip[…]

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