Skioni Port

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Hello my dear friends! πŸ˜€

Β  It’s been great to post photos from Thessaloniki but it’s even better to have new photos from new places that i can share with you. During my 3 day break, i got the chance to explore some areas close to the place i live, in the peninsula of Halkidiki. My next posts will be full of sea, beautiful shades of blue and summer πŸ˜‰ I hope you’ll enjoy them…

Β  Day 13 of the V-Light Art Sale and we are now at 58%. I’m so grateful for all your support! The campaign is going better than i would ever expect and it makes me truly happy to see that all the hard work i’ve put into it, is paying off. My dream of moving to Austria, is coming closer day by day and i’m so excited to finally have the opportunity for a better future.Β Thank you all πŸ˜€

Β  Shares are always welcome and if you happen to have an IndieGogo account, leaving a comment on my campaign page is also very much appreciated πŸ™‚


7 thoughts on “Skioni Port

    1. πŸ˜€ Much more to come…It’s not an HDR actually. Lately i’ve discovered the power of the new Camera Raw in Photoshop and i just use my raw files, open up the shadows, bring down the highlights…and do some extra editing with Color Efex Pro…but that’s about it…a lot easier than doing HDR πŸ™‚ This one is a panoramic photo made by using 22 vertical raw files. Maybe 22 were a bit too much but i wanted to make sure that everything would overlap correctly.

      1. Only 22? πŸ™‚
        I use Raw in CS5 and I must admit it’s rare that I bother to bracket shoot for a true HDR…As you say HDR seems to take forever and Raw processing is pretty capable on its own…
        I’ve never used Colour Efex Pro, in fact I’ve got Photoshop running on its own without a single plug-in…..I’ve (jealously) wondered how you get that ‘super clean’ look that’s in a lot of your recent work…Maybe I’d better have a look at Colour Efex Pro…(Not that I’m a photo-stalker or anything).
        More pics please…Quickly!

        1. Color Efex Pro has two tools that i could never live without. Detail extractor (helps to create the hdr look) and Pro Contrast…You should really give it a try πŸ˜€

          (you are welcome to be my photo-stalker anytime and if you have any questions that i might be able to help you with, please do ask me. I’m not as terrifying as i look…hahaha :P)

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