Last night I did a 30 minute exposure with the GFx. The bright stripe just above the water level is a crab fishing boat, which was leaving just as we arrived. Surprisingly few hot pixels and noise. DXO then also helped a lot (see comparison below), and Photoshop the few that were left.
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Month: June 2022
A few pictures from last night… Marina In the background on the picture from the marina entrance you can see the oil rig Middelplate. Marina entrance By the marina
Last night, until about 0:30, we saw the first NLCs this season. We were again at the ferry port. At first it didn’t look like we would be lucky, but as time passed and it got dark (well, it doesn’t get really dark), first faint, then more and more visible NLCs appeared. However, it […]
With the sun high in the sky last Thursday I made a panorama of four single images of the sun. The image was taken with the Skywatcher GTi mount and the Fuji X-T3 on the Maksutov 1300mm combined with the Kenko 1.5 teleconverter.
Last night I tried – again without success – with NLCs. This time I stood at the beginning of the Grimmershörn bay with view to the Kugelbake, because here the area in the sky was a bit more cloud free. With the water rising, several ships made their way up the Elbe in the […]
Yesterday afternoon I flew with the DJI Mini in Döse. Although there are already many vacationers here, the hustle and bustle in Grimmershörn Bay was still limited.
I had already intended to take this shot last year, but due to heavy cloud cover it was not possible. So I submitted the date again. Despite lousy forecasts I was lucky this time. The photos were taken with the Fuji X-T3 on the Fringer adapter and with the Sigma 150-600 S. The […]
After it has not worked the day before yesterday to photograph the indoor swimming pool I went there again yesterday. This time the forecourt was empty and I could tackle it.
A shot of the (no longer very pretty) round gymnasium in Cuxhaven. Actually, I wanted to photograph the new indoor pool, but there were too many people in the outdoor area. So that will have to wait.
While trying to see or photograph NLCs, a few shots were taken at the lighthouse Obereversand. As you can see nicely on the pictures, nothing was going on with NLCs, because the deep horizon was covered with clouds.