A few shots from yesterday from Hamburg. I had already photographed the Spiegel building and the moated castle in the Speicherstadt in December 2019. Here again with the Fuji GFx and the Fujinon 32-64mm f/4. At that time I had only taken one picture of the Spiegel building with St. Nikolai in the center. This […]
Yesterday in the evening it became brighter again and the sun came through partially. In addition, it was just before high tide, so quickly to the Kugelbake.
Super-resolution images from Photoshop are provided by DxO in the regular resolution. The only solution is to use an external service provider to increase the resolution (e.g. GigaPixel AI, etc.). In addition, panorama DNGs from Lightroom and everything in other formats – other than Topaz DeNoise AI – are not processed as RAW or DNG. […]
By chance, I became aware of the latest DxO Raw Converter software, and today I gave it a quick try. It’s incredible what the software can do. Unfortunately, the X-Trans sensors from Fuji are not supported, but even so, it seems to be worth the money. The images were processed synchronously. The DxO version, of […]
At this hour guaranteed without other photographers… Last night at the lighthouse Obereversand. Unfortunately the lighting was still on…
Ebenfalls am gestrigen Nachmittag habe ich mich an einer 360° Aufnahme am Schloss Ritzebüttel versucht. Momento 360° VR Version
Yesterday in the afternoon I photographed the outbuilding at the Cuxhaven hospital. Today it houses an Escape Room – Ebbe und Flucht. In former times it served as a pathology.
Before and after the images of the Pinwheel galaxy I took some more images of the current crescent moon. First 50 shots from 22 o’clock. The later shot at midnight I made with 3 different shutter speeds and calculated a HDR after the stacking. The following image was created from a total of 180 shots […]
A little more than two years ago I had already photographed the Pinwheel galaxy. Last night I photographed it again with the Nikkor 300mm f/4 PF and the Fuji X-T3 on the iOptron mount. Again, the positioning was not easy and finally the galaxy itself landed in the lower right quarter of the sensor. This […]