I presume that my post process is the same as that of most other photographers. The foundation for adjustments is in a RAW Converter (lens correction, brightness and basic contrast, white balance and basic noise reduction). Main adjustments in Photoshop (I use non-destructive luminosity mask techniques) and final focus according to the purpose follow. Far […]
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Entries by Vladimir
Throughout the week’s stay, I had the constant feeling that the Lake District had been taken out of a film. As if someone somewhere was holding a film clapperboard and triggered the film sequence, the Lake District for the first time, click, click… Perhaps it was only my impression brought about by excessive attempts to […]
Connecting the local landscape of lakes and the nearby sea is obvious. They are directly linked by the high sky and open spaces. Backlit shots by the sea also led me to capture similar images towards the end of the week in the Lake District. When taking photos in low evening light on seaside beaches, […]
From the second half of the week the photographs took on a different character. The sky had totally engulfed me and, as a result, so had its reflections in the water. And the ever present gleam and backlighting. Backlighting itself helps to broaden the shot, to conceal themes in the shadows from where the viewer […]
I initially went to the Lake District with the intention of practicing composition principles. First impressions are almost always the same: yes, it’s a nice landscape, but what can I do with it? My own emotions “caught up” somewhere around the middle of the week. Suddenly it clicked. I crouched down just beside the water’s […]
The Lake District is a small, intimate region. Areas of water are enclosed between undulating hills and at a first glance everything appears tidy and sleepy. The dynamics and drama of William Turner’s paintings remain hidden somewhere on canvases in a gallery. The bright sun from the early morning practises photographic torture. After a while […]