I live in a small town of about 22.000 People. It is called Osterode. And it is definitely okay. It is not the best Place in the World, but it is my Home. With Osterode being a small Town, it is not always easy or even possible to do Street Photography. It is still possible… Continue reading Small Town Streets.
Back in November 2014, I had lived in Canada for over half a Year, most of that time around Toronto and Kitchener. But since I had gotten a Job in the Rockies for the Winter, I had to get West somehow. I ended up taking the Bus all the Way from Kitchener, via Toronto, Winnipeg,… Continue reading #TSBTP: Vancouver.
Sometimes it is a lot of fun to just go outside and take Fotos of random things. I really like to do that every now and then. Taking Fotos of your everyday surroundings is also a good way to hone your Skills as a Photographer. That way, you learn to see the world with different… Continue reading Just take Fotos.
Usually, Street Photography looks best in Black and White. But sometimes, Colourful Street Fotos also look quite nice. And since I came across some Motives today, again without having planned to do any Street Photography. In fact, I was just in Town to drop off some Postcards at the Post Office. A red coat in… Continue reading Colourful Streets.
I usually consider myself a Travel/ Landscape Photographer. But sometimes, I really do enjoy some Street Photography. It can be really awesome. Also, Street Photography is a great Way to showcase foreign Cultures and City Life. Berlin 2016. Usually, Street Photography is quite intimate, showing People doing their thing quite prominently. My Style is different.… Continue reading Accidental Street Photography.
[SPONSORED] Today, I got the opportunity to try out a handful of select Lightroom Presets from 123 Presets. Usually, I would never use Presets that I did not make myself, but I thought that I could give it a try regardless. Before.After.I used the Rainbow Preset on this Picture. And I have to say, I… Continue reading Trying out Presets.
When it comes to Lenses, a lot of Photographers speak of the Holy Trinity of Lenses. What that means is, that there are only three Lenses that you need to be able to do any kind of Photography. Usually, those Lenses are a 16-35mm, a 24-70mm and a 70-200mm. But those only really do the… Continue reading The Unholy Trinity.
A lot of really good Landscape Photogrpahers, like Thomas Heaton for example, swear on using Manual Focus for Accuracy and Sharpness. I only use Manual Focus when I really have to, what is not usually the case. And that is not because I have no clue when it comes to focussing manually, I am actually… Continue reading Why I do not use Manual Focus.
There are many Styles of Photography, like Landscapes, Architecture or Street Photography. Travel Photography combines all those Styles and more into a single package, so you do not have to choose what kind of Photographer you want to be. Just be a Travel Photographer. Landscapes can really immerse the Future Traveller into their destination and… Continue reading What is Travel Photography?
There is no better way to Capture day to day life than Street Photography. And while I do not usually pursue the craft, I do love it. Some people might think that Street Photography in Europe is pretty much Illegal thanks to new privacy laws like the EUGDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation), but it… Continue reading I love Street Photography. Sometimes.