It’s been a whole week since my last post and I’m sorry about it but I had to move back to Bulgaria.
Yes I am not originally from Santorini I just work there and every year by the middle of October when the season is finishing we are all moving back to our homes.
No, this doesn’t mean I’m not gonna post pictures from Santorini anymore. Its just a couple of months where I’m gonna stay home, relax, go out for some beautiful landscape shots from Bulgaria and spam you with some workflows and tutorials.
If you guys haven’t ever seen anything from Bulgaria you have to. Our country is a photography treasure and to prove it I will redirect you to this guy +Evgeni Dinev. He is one of the most remarkable photographers in Bulgaria and he has an amazing web stock of photos from our country (http://stock.evgenidinevphotography.com/gallery-l
For sure I will not be able to make such good photos as he does but at least I will try to make mine enjoyable.
Little info about the picture taken
The picture was taken from St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Canon EOS 7D, Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM,
10mm, 1/80 (main-shot), f/11, ISO 100, 7 exposures
In my workflow I used most of the techniques I used in my previous “tutorial” post so if anyone of you guys want to learn my workflow, go read it again. The only difference is that this time I used only one Topaz Adjust plug-in (Crisp).