Things sometimes get different than planned. The planned location where I wanted to take the shots from was closed to public and slightly left to that point (which would still have worked), a ship was moored. I took one testshot between the ship and the fence but that wasn’t the picture I was looking for. […]
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Month: March 2017
A picture that I have in my mind would cover the lighthouse in front of the setting sun. This time of the year would probably allow to do so, if the weather permits.
Early morning at Cuxhaven’s town landmark the Kugelbake. The weather forecast wasn’t really promising but it turned out to be a stunning sunrise. I used the D800 with the Samyang 135f2 and a polarizer for some decent shots while the sun was rising. I will – of course – put the shots into the shop […]
Early morning at the “Alte Liebe” in Cuxhaven. Short but somewhat nice sunrise time with just a small area where the sun was coming through the clouds.
After several prints I received the message that one of the cartridges has low ink available. As expected this is for the Chroma-Optimizer, which is also stated in the Canon technical specifications the one getting empty rather quick (together with the grey inks). Below is the screenshot of the Canon utility showing the ink status. Not […]