Photography Post Processing workflow

The Phlogs YouTube Channel


Hi fellow photographers. It’s been a bit quite around here so I wanted to post a quick update on a few things. First I want to let you know I’m working on my own little Photography-YouTube-Channel. If you’re wondering what you’ll find there: Basically I’ll upload alls sorts of post processing videos going through Lightroom, Photoshop, Photomatix, Nik Collection and so on. I’ll be showing my whole post processing workflow, so if you ever wondered how I achieve special styles, take a look at my channel!



Another thing I’d like to share with you: I’ve started first plans for my second Timelapse movide showing off some of the best places around Lake Constance, Germany. Therefore I got some sweet new equipment like a Digislider to add some cool motion and a Sigma 100 – 300 mm lens to get some nice looking mountain shots of the Swizz alps. Also I’ve watched a ton of tutorials, now I should be able to do some decent day-to-night-timelapses and also a bit of hyperlapsing. The current plan is, to finish the new movie – Lakeside II – by the end of 2016, if I don’t have to much going on with my university-stuff.

Next big thing is really, really exciting for me: In late September I’ll be traveling through Norway, all the way from Bergen to the Lofoten – nearly 2.000 kilometers. While I will be traveling nearly nonstop from Bergen to Reine (Lofoten) during the first six days, I’m also staying for full six days on the beautiful Lofoten, which is a place you just have to visit as a serious landscape photographer. Guess that’s why nearly all the hotels and boarding houses around there  are fully booked during the last two weeks of September. If You’d like to see some more details of the route I’ll be taking, check out the map below, I will also add the spots I’m planning to visit during the trip!



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Christian Möhrle

Photographing landscapes since 2009, trying to help out the lovely photography community with tutorials, workshops and more

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