I’m feeling kind of springlike today. That’s totally unrelated to the actual weather here in Hamburg (cloudy, grey, drizzely).
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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