Removing dust spots

In some photos you just have many dust spots. Especially if you use a smaller aperture, you will see every little spot on your lens. If you want to know how to see all the spots in your photos, check out my guide on that topic here.

Mountain path in the Alps

Let’s continue with another older photo. This one is also from 2013, when I visited Zermatt in Switzerland, under the Matterhorn. This was a little mountain path that was going down to the town from under the mountain. Not that I went down the whole way. Since I had only little time, I had to use the cable car.

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

Mountain path in the Alps, Zermatt, Switzerland

Contrast in videos

Lucerne waves in Plotagraphy ProI noticed that when I share plotagraphs as mp4 videos, they look differently depending on where I play them.

For instance, on Instagram or in Opera browser, they have much more contrast, while in my media player or in Edge, they look as they should. I tried to look if one can embed the color profile as in images, but no luck finding a way. Any of you maybe know one? For now I started to lower the contrast a little in the source images, directly in Plotagraph Pro, but thats not really a great solution.

The Lucerne waves in a plotagraph

I just love how the motion in the waves worked out. It just a perfect spot for adding movement into the photos. What do you think?

(if you are on a mobile or use an old browser, you may only see a static image)

Interesting place for a restaurant this was, right at the water in the middle of Bern. Makes for a nice atmosphere, but the noise is probably not that welcome :)

This is a single exposure, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop. I used a 10 stop ND filter here.

I walked quite a lot around the city while I was in Bern, and one of the shots I got was also this one. I went completely down to this little waterfall under one of the bridges and by using a 10 stop ND filter, I bluered the water completely, even in this daytime shot.

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

Now I’m really really far behind with updating the blog. And not that that’s the only way I’m behind in. Somehow it’s hard to keep up while I’m running around taking photos, and of course having a horrible internet connection everywhere. But now it’s time to start catching up, so here is for you a photo of the Munseter in Bern, Switzerland.

This is a two shot vertorama, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

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