30.03.2018 · 2 min read
It’s spring cleaning time and with that we implemented a really cool new feature for improving the content within the existing spots. Based on that, we are going another step towards being the Wikipedia for photo spots.
19.02.2018 · 2 min read
Obviously the most important part of Locationscout is to find great spots for your photo adventures. This is why we implemented a better way of being able to find these places.
30.12.2017 · 3 min read
If you follow these 5 easy tips within the next 365 days, it will definitely make you a better photographer or anything that you want to become better at in 2020.
22.11.2017 · 10 min read
Showing your photos to others and inspiring them is probably one of the best parts about photography and to increase the number of people that might see your photos on Instagram, we wrote down 10 essential tricks on how to grow your follower base.
16.10.2017 · 1 min read
Show us your favorite photos of Paris until 29.10. and get the chance to get published in a print magazine with over 30.000 readers.
30.09.2017 · 4 min read
Social Media is probably one of the reasons, why most of the people are trying to capture photos, that are as unique as possible. While this may work for the social profile, it’s often anything else than social.
30.07.2017 · 6 min read
A pretty good and easy way to improve in landscape photography is to start using camera filters. It’s crucial to understand though, that some of their effects can be reproduced with Photoshop, while others can’t. Here is why you should own them nevertheless.
02.07.2017 · 2 min read
It’s already great to see which photo you could take and at which spot you would have to stand, to get the same view, but planning your trip would be even better, if you could see how the spot itself looks like. This is where our new „Behind the Scenes“-feature comes in.
30.05.2017 · 4 min read
Learn how to get beautiful and realistic results within difficult light situations by using this great and easy way to do exposure blending with Luminosity Masks in Photoshop.
28.04.2017 · 8 min read
Let’s have a look at a photography technique called Focus Stacking, what it is, when you need it and how you can easily use it to get sharp photos from fore- to background with a little help of Photoshop.