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Vernazza after sunset

This photo is exactly from the same spot I took the one posted previuosly. Just this one was taken the day before in the evening. The sunset was not the best, but the blue hour was quite nice. Blue hour usually saves the day if you get nothing for sunset anyway :)

This is a single exposure, mostly edited in Lightroom, with a bit of tweaking in Photoshop.

Vernazza after sunset, Italy, Cinque Terre

Sponsored posts

I have been getting emails with offer and questions of people, who would like to contribute to this blog or would like me to do a sponsored post here. So before I get more, I think I should clear my stance on those.

This is a one person blog. That means, I am the only author of all photos and articles here. And to keep things consistent, I plan to keep it like that (at least for now).

This also means that I will not share any post created by any other person or company here. On the other hand, if you are a company that offers a photography related product and you would like an article/review about it, feel free to reach out. If I find it interesting or useful, I’m opened to do one.

That’s all about this topic, off to another photo here :)

A sunny day in Vernazza

Behind the camera in Vernazza, ItalyI spend the last week in the Cinque Terre area in Italy. I visited all the five little towns there, and I even got some nice photos. The area is just wonderful, with so many great views. But if you don’t like hills and crazy amounts of steps, I would not go there :)

Here is the first one, taken in Vernazza. As you can clearly see, the forecast for the day, rain and thunderstorms, was perfectly correct :). It was equally correct for every other day I spend there.

For this shot, I took 4 shots vertically, to make a panorama. I also used the Nisi polarizing filter, not that much to get more color in the sky, but to get rid of the glare from the water. It worked quite nicely. This photo was combined in PTgui and finished in PHotoshop.

A sunny day in Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy

Dinner under the Burj Khalifa

Not easy to fit the Burj Khalifa into a photo, especially if you also want to include a foreground with it. But here is where the tilt shift lens works so great. With using a vertorama, you can get just so much more into your shot.

This is a three shot vertorama, combined in Lightroom, finished in Photoshop.

The endless dirt road

It’s quite strange to take photos with a 12mm lens. Everything is immediately so far away. It just does not work for all type of photos. Even with landscapes. But there are photos it works wonderfully with. And this is one of those. You point the lens a bit to the ground, and it will add so much depth to the photo. The fields and the road just wonderfully stretch to infinity. You just have to remove your fee and the tripod from the final shot, as you will see them for sure :)

This is a single exposure, edited mostly in Lightroom, cleaned up in Photoshpo.

Inspired painting

I would like to, but I really can’t paint. Maybe if I tried more :) But still it’s very cool to see a painting inspired by one of my photos. And here is one, created by @chetanapatra. You can see it and other her works at her Instagram profile here. And the original photo here :)

In the southern Moravia fields

As the spring is in full swing, it was time to start going around and getting some nice nature photos. So today, together with Pedro Kin from, I went to the southern Moravia, for the beautiful rolling fields there. And while it was a bit more hazy that we would like, I think we got few nice shots. And here is one of them :)

This is a single exposure, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

In the southern Moravia fields
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