Unusual Place

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Unusual Place

If you like to take an unusual bath in the moors of the North you are invited to visit the Dänikhorster Moor. And… you can enjoy a stunning sunset at the same time. But hurry up, there is a long waiting list for this place. 🙂

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17 thoughts on “Unusual Place

  1. Very simple object, simple impression… but you made it into a masterpiece! Really great! I like the sharp impression… is it because of your camera or because you sharpen it in LR or…? And at the same time it’s some kind of creamy …
    By the way the light is fantastic and is if the whole scene has been waiting for you to take the photo… great!

    • Thank you so much! I think it could be a result of my workflow. The Fuji X-T1 produces sharp images. Sharper than my Nikon D800. I always use a tripod (main reason) and either a cable release or the camera timer to release the shutter. There is often a blur if you take the shot handheld. Or you lower the aperture to increase the shutter speed which decreases your depth of field. I usually sharpen landscape images in Lightroom. Amount 80 / Masking 80. The Masking sharpens the edges only. Areas like the sky are not sharpened. The creamy factor is a filter to apply a vignette. Color FX of the NIK Collection (Free). The filter is called “Darken/Lighten Center”. I have created some presets for that and all of this is nearly done with a few clicks. If I really want to post process an image I use Photoshop. But this could take from minutes to hours. But I think the main reason is to be there at the right time. This image would not work during day time. I still want to capture this one in fog with a real model. Idea: bring some light, some furniture, may be candles, a bottle of wine, glasses….and water. 🙂 Should be fun. Happy Days. Reinhold

      • Really interesting to read so much informations about your workflow! Thank you! It sounds as if it really is very easy but that only shows that you are very professional;-)… Your idea with a model sounds good, I really can imagine! You just need fog and at the same time a model… good luck;-)!

    • Your horses will frown when my model is climbing into the water trough in October, when the foggy season starts. 🙂 Thank you for stopping by and your lovely comment. Happy days and smiles. Reinhold

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