During a recent visit to New York, I had the chance to walk around Lower East Side in Manhattan, seeing and learning about some fantastic street artwork.
Trams in Lisbon are part of their identity and essential in their urban landscape.
The Edinburgh castle is really massive and has a very different and darker mood than others like Neuschwanstein or Meersburg.
Color grading is a great way to bring an interesting color scheme to a photo and one of the fastest ways to color grade an image is to apply a LUT.
There's a photographer in Instagram that makes some very interesting images with a distinctive cyan-red look. Let's see how to recreate it in Affinity Photo. The photographer Alper Yesiltas is better known for photographing the same window for 12 years until the building was demolished https://www.instagram.com/p/Bea_ky7By4l He has many other nice photos, and something common… Continue reading Cyan & Red photo effect in Affinity Photo
The redscale is another interesting photographic effect that traditionally was achieved with film by loading and exposing it on the opposite side. Let's see how to achieve the redscale with Affinity Photo.
On the way back from Chile to Argentina, after crossing the Andes mountains and when there are only some hills left, you'll find this magnificent view as you cross the river Blanco, in the Potrerillos town.
Going down some very curvy roads, I shot this small stream of water amidst the greatness of the Andes mountain range.
The sun finally sets with a splash of colors at around 8:30 pm in Totoralillo, a beautiful chilean beach.