Tuesday, February 21, 2017

#Photography: How to Capture Shafts of Light in Your Photos

Shafts of light streaming down from the sky our through a window makes for wonderfully dramatic lighting in photography. These shafts of light, especially when you create an atmosphere using smoke …

#Photography: How to Capture Shafts of Light in Your Photos


#Photoshop: How to Create Textured, Geometric Objects

Geometric objects are all the rage in the design industry today. And you can create interesting designs with a few simple shapes in Adobe Photoshop. Learn how to create these cool elements and con…

#Photoshop: How to Create Textured, Geometric Objects

Music Video "Dark Wave" Released

There is a dark wave breaking in over Europe. Here my statement against terror and war.
Song from the album "Boheme".



It is a song about fear. Something big is coming. It's cynicism that in the moment of fear when people run for their lives some make a picture, maybe a selfie, to publish in a tweet. Listen to these effects:
"People suppress tears, shrug shoulders and resign": Git&Bass is suppressed too
"But the more that jump on the more it sinks down": The pitch sinks / deceases too.
"The crowd starts a stampede": Drums express the Stampede

Dark Wave

Dark is the horizon, we're agitated by sudden fear
All eyes are focused on what is rolling near
Some run, some freeze, and some forsake their love
Birds flutter up. What a view from above!

Rewind #punchline #satire #pointe

In real life there should also be a rewind button to experience some things again.
Im wirklichen Leben sollte es auch einen Rewind-Knopf geben, um manches nochmal erleben zu können.

#Photography: How to Relax a Client During a Portrait Photo Shoot

Good tips. I try to talk before the shooting to make the "objects" feel cool, free of fear.
ViennaCC

If there is one thing I’ve learned over the years of photographing people, it’s that the response to candid photos versus posed is distinctively noticeable in my clients. That “aww” or “ohhh” I see…

#Photography: How to Relax a Client During a Portrait Photo Shoot