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I remember starting a post about using diagonals and triangles in composition some month ago, but it was basically crap and I’m really glad I deleted it before I could embarrass myself. Since I don’t compose a picture with my … Continue reading
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To continue on this post, here a little update of my Stolpersteine project. Arnoldstraße 21, Hamburg Arnoldstrasse 13, Hamburg Bornstrasse, Hamburg Grindelhof, Hamburg Koppel 26, Hamburg
While I was in the area I wanted to take a ‘photographic note’ of the location and use in a portrait shoot someday when this couple came around the corner.
Last week I stumbled twice over posts about Jeff Bridges panoramic photos from the film set of True Grid (great movie btw!). For those who don’t know, he uses a Widelux panoramic camera with a 26mm/2.8 swing lens that covers … Continue reading
Fisheye lenses are fun! Fortunatly a friend of mine left his Nikkor 10.5mm on the desk in his studio, while being on Fuerteventura to shoot some windsurf competition. So I had to give it a go. And while armed with … Continue reading
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Stolpersteine or “stumbling blocks”, are little square bronze stones layed in front of buildings all over Europe by German artist Gunter Demnig, remembering those former residents deported and killed by the Nazi regime. By July 8, 2010, there were over … Continue reading