Two different perspectives on the same location

Returning to the same locations many times is the modus operandi of many landscape photographers. With different light, time of day and change of season the same location can take on many different shapes. One of the locations I frequent is the river nearby. Just a few kilometers from the city center the landscape surrounding it opens up to fields and forests. This summer I’ve been going […]

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Orton Effect on Foggy Photos? – Photoshop Challenge Part 6.5

The Orton Effect on Foggy Photos As I mentioned in the previous post I wanted to try the Orton Effect on foggy photos to see if it enhances the foggy look. And the results are, well, mixed. To some extent it does improve the photos. For example, in the first picture, the branches become less sharp and therefore less distracting. One have to be really careful how […]

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house in foggy sunrise

A Foggy End to the Spring

Long Awaited Weather At the end of April I had a lot of luck with the weather and got exactly the foggy conditions I had been waiting for. During these few nights I cycled between to the locations I had scouted earlier. Some worked very well, others not but I even found a lot of new and unexpected ones. Some of pictures have been included in other […]

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An Unexpected Opportunity – Photographing During a Foggy Night

One night when I couldn’t sleep I noticed there was a thick fog outside. I went outside to take a look and decided I should get my camera gear and use the opportunity to photograph during a foggy night – instead of failing at sleeping. One of the first subjects I noticed was a house that still had the lights on. Often it is difficult to photograph […]

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