Michael Breitung Photography

Articles and Tutorials about Travel and Landscape Photography

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[…]

Kase Filters Review

July 26th, 2018 | Equipment, Landscape Photography

Back in January of this year I made the switch from Lee Filters, which I had used for many years, to the Kase Wolverine Filters. Back then I made a first impressions video, in which I explain why I switched to Kase. After I have now used and tested those filters for several months during[…]

Stubai Magic

July 19th, 2018 | Inspiration, Travel

Today I want to show you a video I recorded during a hike in the Stubai valley. Of all the videos I created till now this might be one of my favorites. I tried to capture the atmosphere of the mountains and when I watch the video now I immediately want to pack my rucksack[…]

On Assignment for DigitalPHOTO

July 13th, 2018 | Behind the Shot, Landscape Photography

A few weeks ago DigitalPHOTO sent me the new Manfrotto BeFree Carbon to test and photograph for an upcoming article. For one day I took this tripod to the Bavarian Forest and Regensburg to capture some in the field product photos of it. In addition I also took some landscape photos. All of those were[…]

Berchtesgaden – Beyond the Iconic Shot

July 5th, 2018 | Behind the Shot, Landscape Photography

A few weeks ago I visited Berchtesgaden. Since this is quite a large area with a lot to explore and photograph, I focussed my photographic efforts on the Hintersee and the surrounding valleys. The Hintersee is one of the most famous photography spots in Germany. There’s one viewpoint, which is visited year by year by[…]

Time Blending Tutorial

June 21st, 2018 | Behind the Shot, Post Processing

A few weeks ago, on the way back from my yearly Waterfall Workshop I made the usual stop in Heidelberg to photograph sunset. Since I had photographed this scene a couple of times already, I wanted to try something different. Time Blending Some of you might be familiar with the term Time Blending. It’s a[…]

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