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Thursday, August 11, 2016

#Photoshop: How to Remove Noise from a Photo While Retaining Details & Texture

Noise is an inherent part of photography. Whether you’re shooting at noon, dusk, or at the dead of night, a varying degree of noise is always going to be a part of your imagery. Of course, that dep…

#Photoshop: How to Remove Noise from a Photo While Retaining Details & Texture


Music Video "Riddle" published - is this the future of interactive tv ?

Music video where camera moves into the screen and takes a view on the instruments shown on the screen. Also instruments are clicked on solo so you can check out the arrangement of the song. It's fiction, it's Illusion, but maybe one day it will be reality in watching music videos. Is this the future of interactive tv ?

Good or bad weather - Gutes oder schlechtes Wetter

There is no bad weather, possibly wrong clothes.
Es gibt kein schlechtes Wetter, allenfalls falsche Kleidung.

#Streetphotography: St.Tropez. Policeman dressed up like Louis de Funes time making jokes with tourists.

#Streetphotography: St.Tropez. Policeman dressed up like Louis de Funes time making jokes with tourists.


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Song of the day: Now pump up the level...

Song of the day: Now pump up the level, and feel the peak http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_if_you_wanna_dance.htm

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#Photography: Basic Timelapse Photography Tutorial

There’s more than one way to make a timelapse sequence. One way is to shoot with a video camera and speed up the video during post-processing. While this technique has its advantages, Daniel Norton…

#Photography: Basic Timelapse Photography Tutorial


#Photography: 5 Tips To Help You Come Home With Great Travel Photos

One of my favorite travel quotes goes, “You do not travel if you are afraid of the unknown, you travel for the unknown, that reveals you within yourself,” said by Ella Mailart. As someone who loves to travel to take photographs, I feel the unknown is one of the best parts about going somewhere new. Not knowing what to expect can be a great source of excitement, but it can also make taking photos harder than if you were to shoot in your own backyard.
After dozens of trips I feel like I’ve developed a sense of how to travel, take excellent photos, and still find time to enjoy a new place without being attached to my camera. Here’s my five best tips for you to consider the next time you plan a trip.

#Photography: 5 Tips To Help You Come Home With Great Travel Photos