This morning in Bremerhaven I was almost late. The light was barely on before it got too harsh. The Alexander von Humboldt II obscured a better view of the Hotel Atlantic from the lock, but does not matter in this case. All pictures were taken with the Fuji X and the 18-55mm Fujinon. There are […]
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Here are two views of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Brücke in Wilhelmshaven from yesterday evening. Both images were done with the D850 and the Sigma 24-105f/4 Art using a 1.8 ND-Filter.
Some pictures from yesterday’s Santa Pauli Christmas Market visit. I have to go for the Dancing Towers again with more time. Great architecture. Details… …and one time in full view.
Some pictures from yesterday in Hamburg. Fifteen kilometers on the odometer, but the pictures are not as I thought they would be, or could have been. I have to go there again; especially with a better tripod. I had decided to pack the makeshift solution; and, it really is, an absolute makeshift. Nevertheless, one or […]
Two black/white pictures from Bremerhaven. The pictures were thought from the outset without color, so no subsequent “oh yes, that might work also” pictures. I have to do the Klimahaus again when the Christmas lights have been removed.
During a visit in the area where I was born I had the opportunity to take a few pictures of the windmills taht are maintained and mostly well restored there. The weather on last Thursday was quite pleasing. Most of the windmills there are so called “Galerieholländer” or “Wallholländer”. Most of the time the 24mm […]
Last night we explored the area around Dedesdorf. I had the windmill since some time on my todo-list. Well, the sky didn’t play along completely, but it was still worth it. The black/white conversion pleases me due to the not quite so good sky slightly better.
A classic shot of the Klimahaus, however, it was muddy and raining and very strong wind. Therefore the boats in front of the building are blurred heavily and the mood wasn’t great 😉 Three shots with the D850 using the Nikkor 24/f3.5 PC-E in portrait mode .
I had already picked out the mill – in its origin from 16th century – some time ago. Yesterday we had a look at the object. To take photos, the place is rather less suitable, because it is teeming with modern windmills and electricity pylons, no matter from which direction.
Last night I tried to shoot the lighthouse Simon Loschen as planned. Unfortunately, the locations are very close to the lighthouse. I have used the 24mm PC-E, but if it is set so high shifted, the perspective remains as desired, i. e. without falling lines, but to me this seems very unrealistic. I have to […]