Time Stacking tutorial

Have you ever wondered how photographers make the water appear smooth in photos? Long exposures in broad daylight would require the use of Neutral Density (ND) filters. What if your lens doesn’t come with a filter thread? What if you don’t have an ND filter at hand? This tutorial will teach you how to smooth out water without ND Grads or long exposures. Continue reading “Time Stacking tutorial”


Here’s what’s ruining the photography industry

That beautiful photo you saw while scrolling through your Instagram feed. The photo you found in a brochure given to you at the shopping mall today. They are all photoshopped.
Photoshopping is ruining the photography industry because any boring old photo can be transformed into a stunning one. You can take an ordinary photo of a tree and turn it into something completely different from the original.
I’ve seen countless before-and-after photos where people show off about how they’ve completely changed the photo. We aren’t talking about ordinary photography anymore, we’re into art photography. The issue is that both forms of photography, traditional and art, are not divided.
Photoshopping is all right, but it should be placed into a different category.
In the olden days, when there was no way of radically changing your photo, you had to make an effort to get a good photo, but now you can take a photo of anything. All those ravishingly edited photos are clogging up the photography industry so there is no place for a well-taken original photo to come out.

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I was at the Brijuni islands taking photos of just about everything, from lampposts to llamas when I came across this little seagull 🌊🐦I’m quite impressed of. My first Photoshop tutorial is now available! I’m planning on posting other tutorials but I still have to get to writing them (procrastination level ∞).
I’m looking for someone to help write posts on this website. Email me for more details 😉.
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