Experimental Harbor Photo

Above you can see an experimental photo I shot at the harbor area in L├╝beck. It is sometimes interesting to try things out, and I think I wanted to use the reflection of the window. You see an old storehouse that is now used for festivities, and in the reflection of the window you see the harbor and Trave River. In my opinion this image worked quite well in black and white so that I applied this to the image. Continue reading Experimental Harbor Photo

Horse Eye

Trying something different, I shot a close-up photo of a white horse as I wanted to focus on one of the eyes. I like how it turned out, you can see the eyelashes very well. This is rather an experimental photo, I really like to try things out. The photo was taken during my hike yesterday. I didn’t take a lot of photos as I find it difficult in this less colourful season, but sometimes I still spot interesting things on my way. I hope you like this experimental photo too. Continue reading Horse Eye

Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O

A little bit late, but here comes my entry to the WordPress Photo Challenge of this week. I’ve been busy with other things but yesterday I tried to look for a photo in my library that would fit to the H2O theme, and to be honest because the decision was difficult as I have so many photos that would fit. I decided to show you one that I shot in the garden, you might think I took a photo of the rain, but I just asked my mother to simulate rain with the water hose. It’s one of the photos … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O

Experimental Moon Photo

It’s nighttime and the night sky is cloud-free, the moon visible, and I thought I try to take a picture. I did set up my tripod, the D7100 and my Tamron 70-300mm lens. I activated the 1.3 crop mode of my D7100, then I disabled the vibration reduction mode of the lens as I wanted to use my tripod anyway. Apart from that, I enabled RAW and JPG fine, to see if I can get a little bit more quality out of the RAW file. I did set the camera manually to ISO 100, f/10 and 1/200 of a second. … Continue reading Experimental Moon Photo