Michael Breitung Photography

MICHAEL BREITUNG PHOTOGRAPHY

Too much Photo Editing?

8. May 2021 | Photo Editing

Today I recorded a new Youtube video, in which I show you the before and after for 10 of my photo edits. With this video I want to create some transparency about how much processing I do to my photos. I show you the original RAW files as they come out of the camera vs.[…]

NiSi 15mm f/4 ASPH Review

28. March 2021 | Equipment, Reviews

Over the past few weeks I had the chance to test the NiSi 15mm f/4 ASPH lens and in this article and the accompanying video I want to give you my thoughts on it. Below I gonna share some general information, talk about build quality and size, take a very close look at sharpness and[…]

Photography Homepage in 10 Minutes – Part 2

2. January 2021 | Web Development

If you remember, a few months ago I introduced you to my homepage template. Back then it was already fully functional and my complete homepage was based on it. But the video and blog post I did back then was mostly focused on laying the foundations, on how to set everything up and get a[…]

Photographing Sardinia

18. October 2020 | Landscape Photography, Travel

Back in September we rented a campervan and drove south through Italy towards the island Sardinia. Two days and an eight hour ferry ride later we arrived in Olbia to start our adventure. Our plan was to circle the island in 11 days, starting at Porto Taverna, then continuing along the mountainous east coast down[…]

Redbubble Review – Selling and buying Art

26. August 2020 | Reviews

For nearly 10 years I’ve now been selling my photos via Redbubble. When I first started selling my art there, Redbubble’s focus was mostly on Wall Art. Over the years a lot of additional products like cell-phone cases, clothing and even jigsaw puzzles have been added. Moreover, they largely extended their global network of manufacturers,[…]

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[…]

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