Just in time for the concert “Finish evening in minor” my new little photo book «Sahumerio» (“Incense”) was released. Some of the images are used for the concert visuals. You can buy it here in my online shop.
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- Craft & Vision I – 11 Ways to Improve Your Photography
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Four chances to see my Abstract Photography in the near future: Continue reading
My new photo book ”Abstrakte Fotografie“ is released now.
There’s a fine new PDF-eBook by Craft & Visions: Andrew S. Gibson once again shows inspiring images, tips and suggestions. You can get his eBook „SLOW: The Magic of Long-Exposure Photography” until November 18 for 4 US$, if you use the promotial code SLOW4 when checking out. (Then for 5 US$).
Everybody who likes may abstract images (see below) finds guidance in this eBook how it’s made. Continue reading
Craft & Vision launches a new quarterly photo magazine as ad-free PDF for 8 US$ only per issue or 24 US$ for the 1-year subscription (4 issues). The first issue has 132 pages, contents portfolios of three photographers and many articles being written with the understandng that this is not only a technical matter but an artistic one. Continue reading
Dodge & Burn – who of them old darkroom freaks does not know these terms! These procedures already enabled Ansel Adams 1) to manage high contrast and lead the viewer’s eye. At his time you had to treat every single print of the same negative again and again. Nowadays one can handle it precise and repeatable better than ever. Continue reading