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[cityscapes] tromsø analog

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35mm / analog / cityscapes / misc / slide film

I would like to share some older photos on slide film that I had already scanned and just re-discovered.. I took these photos already in 2010 in Tromsø, Norway (wow… time flies) and I want to start a series of posts with impression of cities I have visited. I will tag these posts under the ‘cityscapes’ category – as done with some images from Copenhagen already. So, one of my first destination for an extended […]

to the moon

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digital / E-M5II / misc

The surface of the moon – as photographed today in the afternoon with a new lens which I recently bought on ebay and just received two days ago: an MTO-11CA  from the russian manufacturer LZOS (built somewhen around 1992). This mirror lens has a focal length of 1m (!) and for this image I used an additional 2x teleconverter on my OM-D E-M5II to see how close I can get. In order to reduce the atmospheric […]

colorful edibles pt. 2

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digital / E-M5II / misc

Following my previous post where I combined some fruits and vegetables with colorful backgrounds, I used the weekend to play around with some of the contents of my shopping bag once more.. For the above images, I again used a quite simple lighting setup consisting of a 400W halogen flood light + diffuser and reflector on opposite sides. I am quite satisfied with the results of this cheap setup – the only downside is the flood […]

copenhagen bikes

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digital / E-M5II / misc

Copenhagen is one of the most bike-friendly cities I have been to (and I am already looking forward to also visit Amsterdam as another great city for biking). In this post I have collected a few of my favorite snapshots, appreciating to take your bike in the city… …even in heavy rain  :)    

[cityscapes] copenhagen ’17

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cityscapes / digital / E-M5II / misc

Here are a few impressions of the beautiful & vibrant city of Copenhagen. For a photographer, the city’s combination of modern architecture & design as well as traditional elements is perfect to find interesting spots and some unconventional views. Its easy to get lost in time here just wandering around and trying to already imagine your surroundings through the perspective of your viewfinder. The harbor area is especially attractive, however it’s also quite overrun (understandably). […]