At first it didn’t look like the morning would be good for photography. Nevertheless, briefly driven to the Küstenheiden nature reserve. And, lo and behold, fog… superb. Shortly before sunrise there was also an excellent play of colors in the sky, what more could you want?
After the small failure in the morning I flew yesterday in the afternoon at the weekly market. The light was much better and so it was quite a nice flight.
Unfortunately, the announced weather situation was then not as expected. On the horizon was a band of clouds. Nevertheless, a few shots of the Kugelbake and Döse in the snow. A bit later the clouds closed in, so I did the planned flight in the Nordholzer Windpark, but the video is just not usable. At […]
Does not happen so often here in Cuxhaven. It was still too windy and quite gloomy, but it was enough for a few shots. No masterpieces, but still. Tomorrow in the morning we’ll see. Actually, the snow flurry should be over by then, but the temperatures should still be around freezing point. Let’s see; the […]
Yesterday evening, a not so often seen phenomenon could be seen, a so-called moon halo. First I had made a few pictures with the smartphone camera, but that seemed to me not purposeful. Then I quickly set up my tripod and the X-T3 with the Fujinon 10-20.
Fantastic morning and virtually no people out and about at the Kugelbake – perfect. While the X-T20 was shooting the timelapse, I took a few photos with the Fuji GFx.
A picture with the 20mm Voigtländer on the Fuji GFX. In 16:9 format, this works without vignetting. However, the outermost edges are quite blurry. As make-shift solution for – converted – 16mm on DSLR-Fullframe, however, still quite decent.
A photo taken during a short bike ride. View from Dünenweg at the viewing platform Duhnen/Sahlenburg in the direction of Neuwerk with the Fuji X-T20 and the Fujinon 23mm.
hort flight with the Mavic Mini. Unfortunately it was completely overcast and there the camera of the Mavic Mini can not deliver. Very muddy in the depths in such conditions. So, better not look too closely…