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Is Time Blending the same as Compositing

April 12th, 2019 | Landscape Photography, Post Processing

A recent article I wrote over at CaptureLandscapes about how I used image averaging and time blending to create my photo Desert Nights stirred some discussion. Particularly the time blending technique was topic of the comments I received. An opinion was that time blending is nothing other than compositing. But I think there’s an important[…]

Photographing Morocco – Desert to the Coast

March 27th, 2019 | Landscape Photography, Travel Photography

After two wonderful days in the desert we continued our tour with Wild Morocco and drove through the vast Iriqui Lake, which could easily have been a setting for Mad Max Fury Road. Then we went past an impressive, jagged mountain range until after nearly two hours of off-road driving we went back into civilization.[…]

Photographing Morocco – Erg Chigaga

March 10th, 2019 | Behind the Shot, Landscape Photography

For a long time it has been a dream of mine to visit and photograph the desert. While we travelled through Peru a few years ago we already went to a desert landscape near Ica. But despite the enormous dunes, this didn’t feel like a real desert. There was too much tourism and noise there.[…]

Winter Wonderland

January 15th, 2019 | Behind the Shot, Landscape Photography

In recent weeks we had lots of snow here in Germany. A lot more than in the years past. So I decided to follow along with a plan I have had for some time now: Photographing the winterly landscapes on top of the Große Arber mountain. I had already scouted the area a few weeks[…]

New Zealand – Rotorua and Coromandel

January 1st, 2019 | Landscape Photography, The big Journey

In the last article about my travels around the world I showed you the incredible landscapes of Tongariro National Park. After my early morning hike to photograph Mount Ngauruhoe we continued our journey with a drive towards Rotorua. Rotorua Rotorua is very popular for the geothermal activity in the area. Geysers such as the Wai-O-Tapu[…]

Photographing Vietnam – Sapa

October 7th, 2018 | Landscape Photography, Travel

After visiting Mu Cang Chai we went further north towards Sapa. Of all the areas in northern Vietnam, this one is maybe the most popular. That’s why Sapa town is very crowded and full of hotels and restaurants. We didn’t spent much time there after arriving via Heaven’s Gate. After lunch our guide took us[…]

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