I liked the picture with the Westerhever lighthouse quite well and therefore I have made myself times on the search for suitable software for animated pictures in the cinegraph style. The results are partly amazing, but so are the image sizes and loading times with low quality and dimensions. The Goðafoss image shown above is […]
Yesterday we drove in the afternoon to the lighthouse Westerheversand. Outward journey with the Wischhafenfähre is very pleasant, but the return trip via Hamburg then annoying. Anyway, a few nice pictures have come out of it… Here is a shot with the Haida 15-Stop ND filter. 480 seconds at low sun (about 1 hour before […]
A few shots with the Nikon D80 and the Hoya R72 Infrared. This color representation is not necessarily everyone’s cup of tea, but on the other hand it has something… Also a picture with the Fuji GFx and the Zeiss Jena 50mm on the Hartblei adapter.
Last night I tried again to photograph the Milky Way. However, it is now too bright at night to get similar results as last time. The camera/lens used this time was the Nikon D500 with the Voigtländer 58mm f/1.4. The image is composed of two single images. For the lower area, the exposure was 30 […]
With the latest version of Lightroom Classic, the “Superresolution” feature from Photoshop has also been integrated. It has also been changed to support TIFF or other files. This now also opens up the possibility of enhancing RAW files processed with DxO PureRaw. In the 100% crop, a bit more details become visible. Of […]
Even if the weather is not quite playing along, yesterday I briefly tried the Hartblei Shift adapter. Processing and operation of the adapter is just great. Of course, the adapter is larger and heavier than a simple one. In addition, the Pentacon lenses are also large and relatively heavy, but for this type of photography, […]
Another picture from last Saturday (actually already again Sunday) from the wind park Nordholz. Here just the moon showed up at the horizon and thus also the Milky Way was increasingly outshone by the light. 15 minutes later it was hardly to be seen.
A picture from last Saturday from Nordholz. The milky way is well visible, but still not good enough. Keep practicing… Foreground is a 60s exposure without tracker and the Milky Way then 60s at ISO 800 with the iOptron. After that the problems start, the blending. Not perfect, but still… Of course it works also […]