Most people might know that their pictures are less likely to just get swiped when they take up more screen real estate on Instagram. But what if you still want to post that gorgeous Landscape shot you just took? The best way to use up as much screen space as Instagram will let you is… Continue reading How to post Landscape oriented pictures on Instagram.
My trip to the Netherlands last week has been awesome. But since I'm still a university student and still do have exams to take, it took me quite some time to finally finish up my favourite shot from that trip. To take that shot, I literally and figuratively had to abandon my friends for aabout… Continue reading My favourite picture from the Netherlands.
Yesterday, I saw one of my all-time favourite cars, just a few blocks from home. I was actually waiting for a friend to pick me up to go to the movies when I saw a beautiful silver Porsche 928 sitting there on the curb. I wish I had the keys to that one. Only thing… Continue reading The Porsche I saw in town.
Last Friday I got a used printer from my uncle to use for university. While I went to the local electronics dealer to get some paper for it to print on, I came across some 1€ glowsticks at the cash register. So I went ahead and bought a green one. My plan was it, to… Continue reading Playing with glowsticks.
I'm just going to leave you with a few pictures and my new logo here. The logo is made with Adobe Spark Post, the overlay with Pixelmator on my iPhone, and most pictures, except for the church (the Kölner Dom is shot with my camera though), are shot with my Canon EOS100D. A cyclist in… Continue reading Just a few pictures.
I tried my best for Mondays super moon. I really did. But plans don't always work out exactly how they where planned. Issues I ran into where: The moon was smaller then I had anticipated. The sky was overcast/ it was very cloudy in my hometown. I'm fine with the results I got, but I… Continue reading I tried my best.
Edited using Lightroom CC.
Here are some long exposure shots I did today. All are shot in the manual 'M'-mode with the following parameters: Shutter speed: 15 seconds Focal length: 18mm Aperture: ƒ/8.0 ISO speed: 100 I used my new Manfrotto tripod for this little project. All where imported to my iPhone and processed with Adobes Lightroom Mobile. (The… Continue reading Some long exposure shots.