Category Archive: Post-process

How I Became a Photographer-Techie

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In my previous posting I talked about how achieving a deep understanding of the entire digital workflow is a very difficult and time-consuming undertaking and that you should go for increased artistic merit… Continue reading

Luminous Landscape’s "From Camera To Print"

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For a while now I’ve been wanting to have access to a good photo printer, but if I want prints of any reasonable size (17″ x 22″ or roughly DIN A2), I’d need… Continue reading

Tackling The Topic of Sharpening

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I’m still quite active with sorting through my past images, so even though I’ve been shooting often in the past weeks and showing images on this blog, I haven’t had the time for… Continue reading

Apples in Black-and-White

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I am getting more and more fascinated by black and white. Unfortunately also a bit frustrated because I don’t yet get the results that I want, but I am slowly getting better! Here… Continue reading

Evolution of "Pavement Patterns"

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I’ve been playing with the image “Pavement Patterns” on and off for a couple days now and every time I look at it, I see ways to improve it. Instead of sitting around… Continue reading

Pillars (Palais de Longchamp, Marseille)

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Here is my first serious attempt at black-and-white. I carefully processed this image from my recent trip to Marseille in Camera Raw in order to preserve as much detail as possible in the… Continue reading

Taking a Short Break

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I haven’t shot much in the last few days, so here is a series-of-three from the archives. I was playing a bit with the second image, thinking of black-and-white, but in the end… Continue reading

Roman Loranc

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I’ve just discovered another great modern-age black-and-white photographer — Roman Loranc. His locations and his subjects are totally unspectacular and his compositions are so simple, yet his images are so exquisite! Take for… Continue reading

Descending into the Unknown

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For a while now I’ve been planing to take a photographic trip through Hamburg’s subway stations. Most of them are quite old-fashioned, with lots of ceramic tiles, neon lights and metal railings. If… Continue reading