Summer is here and my SD card starts to finally fill up again. In the coming days I will start posting a few image series from my recent trips through Austria and Bavaria. With the above image I wanted to capture the mood on a late summer afternoon with my E-M5II and the very fine Lumix 35-100 f2.8 lens, which is by now the most favourite lens I own.
I took this series of images two weeks ago near Attersee lake. Parts of the forest are completely covered with wild garlic in spring, giving a quite uncommon look. I used my E-M5 and 45mm f1.8 lens.
I took this image in October last year in Ljubljana with my E-M5 and 12mm lens. By editing the tone curves in Lightroom I tried to achieve an anime-like look.
I took this image already some time ago during my visit to New York. I was just trying to compose an image with some people on the busy streets when the crying baby appeared on the screen.. So I just took a snapshot with the building in the back as a contrast and I like how this actually turned out. I used my E-M5 and 25mm f1.8 lens for this photo.
These are a few high-lights from my last 3-day hike across the Hochschwab mountain range. All images were taken with my E-M5 and 25mm lens.
This is a macro image of a piece of cardboard, illuminated by a single external flash. I tried to create an illusion of an outer space scene with a very minimalistic setup. This image is also part of our monthly photo-challenge with the topic ‘red’.
This weekend I tried to improve in low-key photography. I had a tulip and a black sweater available and quickly put together an improvised setup. For this series I used the E-M5 kit-lens in macro mode and a single external flash for illumination. Contrast and saturation have been adjusted in Lightroom.