-In this blog I'm going to go through some of my photos, explaining to you what I have done and why. How I edit a photo depends on a lot of things, but first of all the weather and the season. Second I think it's important to enhance the subjects depending on their color next to the natural surroundings. I'll take you through it step-by-step so read on :) 1. Ready, Set, Go! There are a few basics that I apply to almost every photo I take, and that is: Sharpness – Contrast – L
In the first blog on how to improve your photography I wrote most about (re)sources to seek out for improvement. In this second and last part I will focus on what to think about when taking the actual photo and some insight to how I edit them afterwards. First of all – I use Paintshop Pro and not Photoshop like most people. There are several reasons why, but mostly it's because it's what I started out with. I've learned to use this program in so many ways, and I think it's wo
Ever wanted to get better photos of your horse?
When I first started out with photography, landscape and nature was what interested me the most. It took some time before I started photographing horses, but when I did – there was no doubt that this would become my niche :)
After doing it since 2013 I thought I'd gather some of my experiences in a list of tips for you guys!
This blog will be concisting of two pieces: the first 5 tips will be focused on how you can become a