Landscape Photography with a Portrait Lens.

I absolutely love Landscape Photography. It is awesome. I have used all kinds of Lenses for Landscape Photography. Mostly Wide-angle Zooms. Or Telephoto Lenses. But last week, I decided to shoot some Landscapes with my 50mm f/1.8, a classic Portrait Lens on APS-C. I have done that before, but lately, I feel inspired to write… Continue reading Landscape Photography with a Portrait Lens.

Printing my own Images

At the End of 2018, I got myself a small Photo Printer. Now, since I have used it continuously for about a Year, I feel qualified to give you my opinion on it. Back then, the Printer of my Choice was a Canon CP1300. And I am still mostly happy with it. It is just… Continue reading Printing my own Images

I love Wide Shots.

I love Photography, and lately, I also really love Hiking. And when I am Hiking, I prefer to pack light. So I usually bring only a few Lenses with me. Usually, I bring my Primes and a Zoom or two. Shot near Oberschulenberg. But lately, I mainly use my Ultra-wide 10-18mm Lens the most. I… Continue reading I love Wide Shots.

Look Down (Sometimes).

I absolutely love grand, captivating Landscapes. They are one of the best Things in Photography in my opinion. But sometimes, the more intricate Details are equally as impressive, and sometimes even more so. Sometimes, you have to look down to see grandeur. Somewhere in Hattorf. Today, I was out for a short Hike with my… Continue reading Look Down (Sometimes).

My last Pictures of 2019.

2020 is only a few hours away from me here in Germany. And so I decided that I would write a little bit about the 2019 and the (probably) last Pictures of the Year. After going on a short walk earlier today, where I had forgotten my Camera at home, I decided to take my… Continue reading My last Pictures of 2019.

Pixel Peeping.

Digital Photography is awesome. You can pretty much do what you want, and you are only limited by the size of your Memory Card. And those usually hold way more than just 36 Shots. But all that Pixely Goodness also has its downsides. Because you can do what you want, you can also easily overdo… Continue reading Pixel Peeping.

My favourite Pictures of 2019.

I love Photography, and in 2019, I learned a lot of new Stuff. But since the Year is almost over, I am now looking back on what all the Pictures I took, and I have decided on my personal Favourites. And that was no easy Task. I took a lot of Pictures in 2019, many… Continue reading My favourite Pictures of 2019.

Snow & Wrong Settings.

Today after Work, it snowed a bit. Not in Osterode, it rained here, but in Lerbach, where I go to the Gym. So I stopped to take a few Pictures. I then thought that the ISO was a little high, what I usually have no Problem with, but I thought ISO 6400 was a little… Continue reading Snow & Wrong Settings.

A foggy Day.

Today was a very foggy Day. There was Fog in the Morning, Fog in the Evening and Fog in the Night. Basically, there was a lot of Fog all day long. And it was cold. But because I absolutely enjoy Photography in the Fog, I took a few Pictures on my way to the Gym… Continue reading A foggy Day.

Removing Distractions with Photoshop.

Usually, I do not Remove Stuff from Photos. But with me getting better at Photoshop, that kinda changed. Now, I still do not get crazy with any of the Healing Brushes. I just remove Things that are Distracting and or Annoying in the Image. Usually, I just take out Small Things though. Wild Trash Bags.… Continue reading Removing Distractions with Photoshop.