Michael Breitung Photography

Articles and Tutorials about Travel and Landscape Photography

Time Lapse Video Editing

September 30th, 2018 | Post Processing

I was always fascinated by time lapse videos and for quite a while I wanted to include more of them in my vlogs. During my recent travels through Vietnam I finally focused a bit more on this task. Over the past weeks I also learned a lot about processing time lapse videos. I’m using the[…]

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[…]

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