Sleeklens Worflow for Lightroom - A Short Review

September 12, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I happened to be one of those who consider processing NEFs in Lightroom kind of a headache. Lightroom does a rather nice job rendering NEFs, but it still doesn't compare to the colors and contrast of the ol' Capture NX2, not to mention the wonderful Control Points for selective processing. However, Lightroom has lots of advantages, and I do try to...
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Back online...

September 01, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
After a long-long break, the blog is now back online! The most recent addition to the Israeli Landscape collection are two sunset images from Palmachim beach. For this session, due to a recent injury, I had to make some compromise and take the camera with a single lens. This was an eye-opening experience. Many photographers wrote on the benefits o...
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Sunrise Over the Ramon Crater, and some Photo Stacking advice

October 02, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
My wife and I have spent last weekend in Mitzpe Ramon - a small town on the edge of the beautiful Ramon Crater. And so, I finally got my opportunity for photographing the crater at sunrise. The Ramon Crater is located in the middle of the Israeli desert - the Negev - a good 2 hours drive from the center of the country. The crater is probably one...
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Sand Dunes Photography - an Article in Landscape Photography Magazine

August 02, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
An article of mine has just been published on the new LPM issue 42 - you can read all about it in LPM's website. This article is a tutorial on Sand Dunes photography, featuring one of my latest series from Death Valley. You can find more images form this series in the Death Valley Gallery.
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Getting a Sharper Image: Depth-of-Field and Lens Diffraction in Landscape Photography

April 17, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
One of the most important technical skills in Landscape Photography is controlling the depth-of-field (DOF). In any type of photography, DOF is one of the artistic controls a photographer has over the image. But in Landscape Photography, controlling DOF properly presents an entirely different challenge than in other types of photography. A shall...
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