Michael Breitung Photography

MICHAEL BREITUNG PHOTOGRAPHY

Canon EOS R5 Image Quality

16. August 2020 | Equipment, Reviews

Since a few weeks I’m the owner of a Canon EOS R5. It seemed to be the perfect successor for my five year old Canon EOS 5DSR*: Roughly the same number of megapixels while improving on dynamic range, increasing the ISO performance, adding IBIS, a fully articulating screen and 4K Video. In a nutshell, my[…]

Photography Homepage in 10 Minutes

2. August 2020 | Web Development

The past months I have put in a lot of time improving this homepage. As a by-product I created a fully functional homepage template, which uses Gulp as build system. The homepage template is available for free and takes away a lot of the hassle you normally face, if you do everything from scratch. Things[…]

How to make Money with Photography

10. May 2020 | Guides and Tutorials

I get asked about ways to earn money with photography quite regularly. And I think very often, this questions gets asked much too early. If you are just starting out with photography, don’t do it for money. Take photos because you like it, experiment, get better and build your portfolio. Once you have mastered the[…]

Epic Light on Mallorca

22. March 2020 | Landscape Photography

A few weeks ago I visited Mallorca for 10 days. Of those 10 days I stayed six days up in the North near the Formentor peninsula, and afterwards four days in the South near Ses Salines. During that time I went out to photograph sunrise and sunset nearly every day, while during the day I[…]

Professional Line Photo Book Review

10. January 2020 | Photo Editing, 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 | Photo Editing

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[…]

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