Michael Breitung Photography

Articles and Tutorials about Travel and Landscape Photography

Photographing Vietnam – Mu Cang Chai

September 23rd, 2018 | Travel, Travel Photography

The past few weeks I have been travelling through Vietnam and afterwards I spent a few days in Hong Kong. As usual I filmed some behind the scenes Vlogs, which I will share with you in the coming weeks. The first part of our travels took us from Hanoi to Mu Cang Chai in the[…]

Photography in the Stubai Valley

August 23rd, 2018 | Behind the Shot, Landscape Photography

This summer I visited the Stubai Valley three times. It’s such a beautiful and photogenic area in the Austrian Alps that I just had to come back again and again. And I will certainly do so next year. On my recent trip into the Alps I went to photograph a very special view. The week[…]

New Zealand – Tongariro National Park

August 18th, 2018 | Landscape Photography, The big Journey

There are still some photos and stories to share from my travels around New Zealand’s North Island, back in 2016. In the last article I showed you the coastlines near the Bay of Islands and Whangarei. We spent a wonderful week up there and quite interestingly didn’t encounter too many other tourists. Northland hasn’t become[…]

Expose to the Right

August 16th, 2018 | Landscape Photography

An important concept in Landscape Photography is that of exposing to the right. In order to get the best quality and the lowest noise out of a camera sensor I use this technique basically all the time. So what does exposing to the right mean. The aim here is to brighten up the exposure by[…]

Clean and Easy Exposure Blending

August 9th, 2018 | Landscape Photography, Post Processing

To capture the full dynamic range of a sunrise or sunset it’s often necessary to take multiple exposures of different exposure time and later blend them. To get a clean exposure blend I use Luminosity Masks in Photoshop. But the exposure blending work in Photoshop is only the second step. In order to achieve high[…]

Seascape Photography Workflow

August 2nd, 2018 | In the Field, Landscape Photography

Seascape Photography can be very dynamic. With waves crashing around me the scene is constantly changing. To make the most of it and also to ensure my camera equipment stays dry I follow a certain workflow, which I want to share with you. Over the years I’ve implemented a routine, which I follow when I[…]

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