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Monday, October 10, 2016

#Photography: 7 Ideas to Inspire Your Creativity

When I’m stuck in a rut and not feeling like my photos are that amazing, it usually just takes going to a beautiful new place or going out when the light is incredible to get my back on the path of…

#Photography: 7 Ideas to Inspire Your Creativity

Song of the day: This night you might,...

Song of the day: This night you might, I know you do it right http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_if_you_wanna_dance.htm

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Our boat - Unser Boot

We're all in the same boat - but on different sides
Wir sitzen alle im selben Boot - aber auf unterschiedlichen Seiten.

#Photoshop: Tutorial: How to Correct Bad Bokeh

One of the most infamous examples is the old AF-D Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 (as well as the AF-D 85mm f/1.8). Especially closed-down couple of stops, its bokeh is highly intrusive and distracting. Often to the point that it renders a photo unusable. Of course, the best solution is to use a lens that offers you crazy-good bokeh at all situations. It doesn't even have to be expensive (the Samyang 85mm f/1.4 is what comes to mind). But what if you have a not-so-great bokeh on an existing image?

#Photoshop: Tutorial: How to Correct Bad Bokeh

#Photography: 5 Things Newbies Should Know About Getting Started in Photography

Getting started in photography can be quite scary. We all start by investing in a DSLR, and think we are going to take amazing images. In reality it is a bit more difficult, because if it was easy… well everybody would sell prints, quit their day job, and live off photography.
Just like any art, photography has to be learned, and practiced – a lot. It is a trial and error process, we all start at the bottom and build our way up.

#Photography: 5 Things Newbies Should Know About Getting Started in Photography