Behind the scene – Amazing photographs

I was shooting some images in the park few days ago and today’s post I will dedicate to cross processing/enhancing of the pictures. Sometimes photographer’s eyes can see an amazing landscape and he/she ready to press the shutter button to catch a fallen leave, a brilliant blue sky or a sunset. Unfortunately, many factors of your preparation plays a major role in receiving a stunning image. I usually shoot one scene at least 5 or 7 times in a different modes that my camera can offer, and then when I get home and view my pictures the hard work begins. I am a very picky person and I like to see color balance, details, contrast, levels all in one. I am like a painter or magician with imagination and proper tools working on my pictures to make them appropriate for my audience. It is very tedious and very slow process one step after another. Patience is my best friend and together we have created many breathtaking pictures that can easily be turned into a wall art, canvas, post card…. you name it. (these are just two examples)

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