Here are all the pictures from spring 2020. Hier sind alle Frühlingsbilder von 2020.
Here you can find all the pictures from our Israel 2019 trip. Hier findet ihr alle Bilder unserer Israel 2019 Reise.
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Rundum Herbst I wanted to quickly stop by and share a little more of the autumn pictures I took the other day. Definitely enjoying the season this year. Will nur kurz hier vorbeischauen und ein paar weitere Herbstbilder mit euch teilen. Genieße diesen Herbst hier sehr.
Von Gärten und Winternachmittagen My sister and I wanted to go on a little photo shoot. For that, however, we wanted a nice little backdrop. While there are many beautiful places within an hour or two hour driving range, we didn’t have enough time to go somewhere far before the sun went down. When looking into things to see, if there was some nice place closer by, we discovered that mere minutes from our home, there’s a castle with a garden that’s considered unique and a great sight in the region. So, we set out to find the famed garden, and lo and behold, our expectations were exceeded and we spent a nice hour in the sunset of a late winter afternoon. Meine Schwester und ich wollten auf eine kleine Fototour gehen. Dafür suchten wir allerdings noch nach einer geeigneten Umgebung. Während es zwar viele hübsche Ziele in einem 1-2 Stunden Radius gibt, hatten wir nicht genug Zeit, so weit zu fahren, bevor die Sonne unterging. Also befasste ich mich mit der Frage, gibt es …
Inspiration am Mittwoch: Waterlogue App I have a rather unusual little gadget that I’d like to introduce to you today. An iphone app that I came across a couple of days ago when I was looking for a way to turn photos into realistic looking watercolor paintings. You may guess that I know my way around Photoshop somewhat well. But I haven’t yet been able to create a watercolor painting from a photo that looks realistic enough for me to be satisfied. With all my trying and tweaking, using filters and what not, the PS paintings still came out in a way that I thought it looked way too much like a photo turned into some kind of wanna-be art. Result: me = not happy! So, I did a search (hoping to maybe find a PS tutorial on how to create realistic watercolor projects), when I happened to stumble upon Waterlogue. It’s an app for your iphone or ipad (not sure, if an android version is available, too; you might want to check it …
If you’re anything like me than you’ll always like a good set of actions to edit your photos. On the www there’s a ton of stuff out, some of it useful, some of it not! Recently, however, I came across a blog that has a ton of free downloadable actions, a lot of which I find very useful. It’s The Coffeeshop Blog. If you’ve never heard of it before, you might want to check out that site, because it doesn’t only come with actions for photo editing, but also actions to create storyboards and a lot more! Curious? Go check it out.