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Archive for the 'Post Processing' Category

Too much editing?

8. May 2021 | Inspiration, Post Processing

Today I recorded a new Youtube video, in which I show you the before and after for 10 of my photo edits. With this video I want to create some transparency about how much processing I do to my photos. I show you the original RAW files as they come out of the camera vs.[…]

Professional Line Photo Book Review

10. January 2020 | Post Processing, Reviews

Recently I had the opportunity to test the Professional Line Photo Book by Saal Ditigal. As the name suggests those photo books are high quality products and they come at a price. For the test I was able to spend 100 Euro for my photo book design and I went with the following option, which[…]

Printing Workflow

21. December 2019 | Post Processing

I often hear that only through printing do photos really come to life. And I agree. Holding a high quality print – the feel of the paper under my fingers, its soft structure mixing with the fine details of the photo – is something special and makes me appreciate the photo even more. But to[…]

Quick and easy Vertoramas

24. August 2019 | Cityscape Photography, Post Processing

Sometimes my widest lens just isn’t wide enough to capture the scene in front of me in all its glory. Here, Panoramas and Vertoramas are a helpful technique I can use to extend the field of view my camera can capture. Both techniques require taking multiple photos while either rotating the camera horizontally, vertically or[…]

Is Time Blending the same as Compositing

12. April 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[…]

Editing Night Photos

23. March 2019 | Post Processing

I just released my newest Start2Finish post processing tutorial. This time I show you my complete workflow for editing night images. The aim here is to create moody photos that look like night but still show enough details in the landscape to intrigue the viewer. To achieve this I had to make a few changes[…]

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