Michael Breitung Photography

Articles and Tutorials about Travel and Landscape Photography

Printing Workflow

December 21st, 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[…]

Photographing Colombia – Tayrona National Park

December 8th, 2019 | Behind the Shot, Landscape Photography

A visit to the Caribbean Coast of Colombia concluded our stay in this beautiful and diverse country. To be able to photograph both sunrise and sunset inside the park, we also had to stay inside, because the park officially opens only between 8am and 5pm. Luckily there are a few options, most of them campsites[…]

Photographing Colombia – San Lorenzo and Cerro Kennedy

November 9th, 2019 | Behind the Shot, Travel Photography

After our visit to the Pacific Coast of Colombia we flew up North to Santa Marta and from there made our way into the mountains. When I was planning this part of the trip I had set one objective for myself: getting up to Cerro Kennedy one morning for sunrise. To be able to do[…]

Photographing Colombia – Nuqui

October 27th, 2019 | Behind the Shot, Landscape Photography

Back in September I traveled through Colombia for three weeks. I started my travels in Medellin from where I flew straight to Nuqui at the pacific coast. There I was picked up by boat to finally reach my destination for the next four days – the El Cantil Ecolodge. This was one of the more[…]

Morocco Photo Tour

September 30th, 2019 | Landscape Photography, Travel Photography

I’m proud to announce that I will lead a 8 night (9 day) photo tour through Morocco next February. We will photograph the beautiful desert landscapes of Morocco’s south and delve into city and street photography in the Medinas of Marrakesh and Essaouira. Moreover we will photograph the desert town of Ait Ben Haddou and[…]

Quick and easy Vertoramas

August 24th, 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[…]

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