Vertical version of my previous image Shining Through.. Taken couple of weeks ago after a snowfall. Lately it's been very bad weather in Southern Finland, so i've been unable to shoot any decent images.
Instructional Post Processing Videos I uploaded this a few years back and wanted to upload a larger version. I took this photo on a trip to the Olympic Peninsula with David M. Cobb a few years back. I captured this image while we were scouting for a workshop. Everything lined up for us on that night. This was probably my 10th trip to this beach and the best conditions I've captured here. One of my favorite beaches anywhere. This image was created using the techniques in my latest instructional video. In the video I illustrate how I use the powerful tools and techniques available in Lightroom and Photoshop along with the TKActions V4 Panel to achieve an incredible level of control throughout my workflow. You can learn more on my site:
I created this image using the techniques covered in my latest instructional video. In the video I illustrate how I use the powerful tools and techniques available in Lightroom and Photoshop along with the TKActions V4 Panel to achieve an incredible level of control throughout my workflow. You can learn more on my site: www.zschnepf.com
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Last one I'll post here for a while folks, as I'll be busy for the next several weeks. This one is going back a long time, back to a different style of photography than I've presented recently, back to a place I remember fondly located on the least-visited north face of Mount Rainier. The location is well off trail and offers some of the very best flowers and views of the peak. I figured it would be a good one to share in February when we're all pretty tired of winter (except for me). I made this image so long ago I knew little about processing color but have since reworked it. It was an amazing clearing through the fog after a day of clouds and rain, however, it was a challenge to do a shot without mosquitoes on the lens.
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Although I have a lot of favorite little spots in the Dolomites, this area is extra special because it was one of my early discoveries, and I now have a long history there. I found this place on a topo map one year and was unable to find any photos of it, so it was quite thrilling to venture into these heights with wide eyes for the first time. It is an idyllic place filled with wildflowers, tarns, streams, cascades, gargantuan boulders, salamanders, and of course marmots. Even better, I have never seen another photographer in the area other than my own workshop participants.
Of the many distinct peaks within view there, this particular one has become my favorite because of its stately form that offers great variety from different angles. I now think of it almost like a long-distance beau, waiting for me to return so we can continue where we left off. It’s always a great reunion, especially on days like this one when I get treated to such wonderful afternoon light.
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