The tunnel is an old symbol for a passage. On photographs they also make good models: Symmetry, interesting shape, often intriguing details. I love this one in particular. It always … Continue reading Tunnel to the future with many exits
…it is a matter of time and environment.
When playing around with fractals I rediscovered my love to them. Just in case you were wondering: Yes, there has been some postproduction.
I took the new Sony SELP18105G for a test ride. First impression: The lens is solid, well built and has two rings – one to zoom and one to focus. … Continue reading A quick look at the new Sony 18-105 f/4 G
I took my 19mm Sigma for a ride and created the HDR. I especially enjoyed the orange and turquoise hues in the reflections.
Noise is your friend, noise is your enemy. Depends on who you are. For a photographer noise is mostly unwanted. So there are millions of options and tool, how to … Continue reading On averaging(,) wool and the shadow test
When I saw Sabeena’s alphabet the first time, I instantly fell in love with the forms and colors. I was wondering if I could recreate the same feeling using Blender. I … Continue reading Recreating a paper alphabet in blender
On my way back from Bratislava the sky over the Danube showed his best colours. Enjoy. If you click the pictures you will find Full HD pictures to be used … Continue reading Colors from the Danube
All of you who have been to Miniaturwunderland in Hamburg know the little details. One of my favorites was mashed up into a wallpaper. I even created a diver icon … Continue reading Cows dive!
If you hear Hamburg you can think of many things: You think of musicals, water, Reeperbahn, St. Pauli, Kiez, Elbe, Alster, Sternschanze, Altona and many more. I especially fell in love with all the reflections and lights. The following picture is made of 4 straight out of camera snapshots, stitched, cropped and finally I added a frame. Enjoy and add Hamburg to your vacation list.
I think the tower is the highest building right now. And it is not even finished yet. But the lines are impressive…