Build your own view, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. What I like in modern architecture is the fact that you have gazillions of reflections. If you look at the pictures you sometimes start building your own views. By using the HDR method one can reveal lots of details in the reflection. It were so
I was looking for some projects I can take inside. One of the things I always wanted to do was a burning match macro. The setup was as follows: I used a Canon EF-S 18-55mm lens on a retro adapter on a Canon 60D. In the shot it was 25mm. 2 flashlights directed at the
Sunset in the autumn sky, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. The new office on the 19th floor gives some insights and beautiful sunsets. I need a nodal point adapter!
The S of light revisited, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. The company moved to the 19th floor. So the point of view changed. First I just wanted to have a look how the view change, but now: It is amazing how my style changed till February.
I was thinking about licensing and rights on pictures. It would take very long to elaborate all the details, but aren’t the classic licensing models restricted to the old distribution channels? My wish would be that people use my pictures for something. In order to do this I will start to change the license on
Autumn power, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. I always wanted to try the “indian summer” Color filter. Obviously one has to wait for autumn. Here it is. I played with Nik Color Efex: Indian Summer and then some tonal contrast to emphasize the lines in the leaves.
Really!?, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. I was working my way through old RAW files. I found the portrait of my youngest one, applied a very soft polaroid effect after elaborating a monochrome version of the picture.
I wanted to try a different self portrait. Don’t look back in anger, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr.
Different shades of green, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. This is another picture made with HDR Efex and Magic Lantern. The shots were older but HDR technique helped her to bring out the different greens.
There have been a lot of posts around on the new consumer lightfield camera from Lytro – which is impressive: 8X optical zoom with a f/2 aperture and it is a lightfield camera for under USD 400! And there has been a lot of talk on the new era of photography. Hmmmm… I wouldn’t see it