It is no Secret that I am really not a Fan of big, full sized Tripods. They are clunky, they are heavy and they get in the Way whenever I use them. Tripods generally do not fit my Style of Photography. That is just the Way it is. On the other Hand, I have always… Continue reading A new Tripod
It is no secret. I believe that Pocket Knives, or smaller Knives in general, are great Tools that every Explorer should have. Knives are great to cut up Food, but also to do a lot of basic Tasks. Like cutting Lengths of Rope. Or for Feathersticking, in order to light a Campfire. (Only do that… Continue reading A new Tool
Outdoor Photography is awesome, but you usually find the best Places way Off-Road. And off Course you also need to get your Gear out to where you want to Shoot. In my own Opinion, Backpacks are the best Way to lug Tons of Gear around. Even though I prefer to pack light, it is nice… Continue reading Backpacks.
I absolutely love Photography. And do think I know a Thing or Two about the Matter. I also really enjoy it to spend some Time in the Woods. That is always nice. Sometimes, I support Projects that I really like on Kickstarter. There are some really cool Things on there sometimes. The Schalker Teich. The… Continue reading Trees & Cards.
I absolutely love Hiking and Exploring Nature. I also enjoy collecting Harzer Wandernadel Stamps a lot. I only have 30, but there will be many more of those in my Future. Up until now, I always had my Wanderpass and my other Gear in the plastic Sleeve of my Hiking Maps. Now only the Maps… Continue reading My new Hiking Kit.
Almost a week ago I ordered myself a new Pocket Knife. I have not had one since I lost my Victorinox in some Canadian Lake back in 2014. My new Knife arrived yesterday. And I really like it. It is ergonomic, easy to use and almost too sharp. The frame lock might be a little… Continue reading Pocket Knives.
I really love Photography. But sometimes, it is a lot of fun to spice up the game a little bit. Lately, I try to do so by trying out different, new perspectives. And a great way to do so is my ‘new’ 10-18mm Ultra-Wide Lens, that I got used for 100€. At 10mm, it is… Continue reading Changing Perspectives.
I love my LowePro ProTactic Photo Backpack, but sometimes it is a little bit big and cumbersome to carry around. Because of that, I got a new, secondary Backpack for my 25th Birthday last month. It was no easy choice to decide for which Backpack I would ask my Mom for as a gift, but… Continue reading My new Backpack.
Over the past couple of days, I saw several videos on YouTube claiming that you can turn every lens into a macro lens with one simple piece of metal. And since I'm naturally curious and don't believe everything I see or hear without a pinch of salt, I had to try that out my self.… Continue reading I just blew my mind: The evermacro device.
Last year, I got gifted a new camera for no particular reason. My only task was to choose between DSLR and Mirrorless. And off course also in which system to invest. My final 'decision-match' was between three cameras, two Mirrorless and one DSLR. The contenders were the Canon 80D on the more traditional style of… Continue reading Why I went mirrorless last year.