Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Not the Saviour of the Universe

March 31, 2018
Beauty Dish is beautiful!

Beauty Dish is beautiful!

So, the flash, it’s complicated. And sorry for the Queen quote in the title. Be forewarned, this is a noob perspective on off-camera flash
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Color Correct

March 28, 2018

This is my project for the Easter Holidays: setting up my digital darkroom (if I may be so quaint) and learning about Lightroom from Thorsten Overgaard.

The room actually DID get darker when I put this in front of the window!

The room actually DID get darker when I put this in front of the window!


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Shots From Düsseldorf

March 15, 2018
The Rhine

The Rhine

Like every year, I’m at a week-long CME event in Düsseldorf. When I’m not sitting in lectures and workshops, I roam the city in search of pictures:
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Gear Disclosure

March 1, 2018

Klick through, I’m not posting this on the front page!
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Color Loss and Gain

February 28, 2018
Ice Abstract

Ice Abstract

A word of warning first. You loose something when you get a Leica M monochrom. (more…)

Vodcasting from the Heart of Texas

February 16, 2018
May I introduce? Texas Leica.

May I introduce? Texas Leica.

A mixed bag of topics in this post. About two weeks ago, the Fuji GW6800III arrived from Japan. (more…)

Processing Fujifilm X100F RAF Files with Apple Aperture 3.6

November 12, 2017
Fujifilm X100F

Fujifilm X100F

When I got a Fujifilm X100F, I hit a snag in my rather outdated image processing workflow.
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The Leica M Gestalt

February 1, 2013

In the 90-ties, Leica M cameras came in these spiffy, red velvet-lined presentation boxes. Just had to do a bit of Skript-Fu on that.

In the 90-ties, Leica M cameras came in these spiffy, red velvet-lined presentation boxes. Just had to do a bit of Skript-Fu on that.


A film-loading Leica has it’s own Gestalt. (more…)

A Simple Box

July 7, 2012

The little camera that could... dwarfed by it's lens

The little camera that could… dwarfed by it’s lens


Nikon did something audacious with their D3200: (more…)

On the Edges

June 3, 2012

Today I want to talk a bit about framing. Not about the process of putting a picture in a frame, but about taking an excerpt of one‘s surrounding and making a picture out of it. In photography, they way you do this determines the quality of your art. Together with pressing the shutter at the right time, of course. Photography is easy *1), you just need to get two things right. (more…)