Tag Archives: Dietmar Temps

  • Travel Photography: Tips and Tricks for High Contrast Scenes

    It’s summer, time for travelling and also peak season for nature and travel photography. Digital cameras are still getting better and better and easier to use. However, sometimes it is quite disappointing that a picture such as a historic city alley either is partly underexposed with huge dark shadow areas, or the roofs and the [...] More
  • Color management and natural skin tones

    The daily work of professional photographers delivers a large number of images. Therefore it is important to achieve consistent and non-varying image results and it is recommended to set up a suitable color management to keep the time for the post-processing workflow as low as possible. Fees are mostly paid for the shooting time and [...] More
  • Autofocus: Razor-sharp images and high resolution sensors

    Autofocus systems are an inherent part of modern digital cameras. Additional autofocus assistants like face- or eye-recognition support the photographer to accurately capture common subjects. However, in the field of creative photography there are a few possible autofocus pitfalls in combination with high resolution image sensors. This applies also to sport-, action and macro photography. [...] More
  • Street and Travel Photography

    Street and travel portraits In recent years many photographers discovered the exciting field of street and travel portraits. Street and travel portraits are associated with the genre of portrait photography and not street photography, as one might expect. For that reason, the rules for street and travel portraits are more connected to general portrait photography. [...] More
  • The Colors in Black and White Photography

    Black and white photography continues to be very popular. This is also reflected in the field of street photography, which takes on an important role in photo communities such as Flickr or 500px. Old masters like Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson or Ansel Adams, whose works still strongly influence modern photography, are certainly also responsible for [...] More
  • Professional Color-Grading

    Color-grading is a classic movie topic. The colorist is responsible for processing color corrections and for matching the final movie in terms of brightness, color, and gradation to achieve the mood desired by the director. Creating a "look & feel" The significance of the colorist has increased in the digital era. Advertising, music videos and [...] More


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