Dartmoor National Park – one of my favorite places in England. Unfortunately it was raining the whole day. We were wet and cold when we came to this magic place. I wonder how it would look like with a bit of soft light on the trees and rocks. After that we had a delicious tea and scones. What more to expect! May be to be there next year at sunrise or sunset? Plans are looking good! Happy Days! Reinhold
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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Yesterday I found a very interesting and inspiring video by Erik Wahlstrom in his awesome YouTube channel. If you are not sure what landscape photography is all about, spent 6 minutes of your time. Awesome stuff!
I’m fascinated by intimate landscapes. These are the subjects that many people might simply walk past. The PSD file has a dimension of 10,000 x 6,000 px and is optimized for large scale printing.
This is image #2 of 4 of my Patterns series.
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“It’s an illusion that photos are made with a camera… …they are made with the eye, heart and head.” (Henri Cartier-Bresson) Reinhold Staden is a true catcher of the ray. I’m fascinated by his work and it was a great pleasure to follow him in his world of landscape photography. Besides…
The blue bridge – not as gigantic as the Tower Bridge in London or the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, but the KWB – Kaiser Wilhelm Brücke in Wilhelmshaven is a landmark of the North.
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Live and Work in the Artist Village Worpswede near Bremen in North Germany. Sunday walk in the artist village. Lots of stunning galleries, houses and art in the streets. Worpswede in Wikipedia.
Another image of my “Minimalism” series. Flowers are not my favorite subject. But I bought this one when I saw it and captured it at home. I did the post processing in Lightroom and Photoshop. And when my wife came home, I had a little surprise waiting for her. 🙂
There was this short moment of time, the transition of last sunlight to darkness on the forest floor in our woodlands. A delta of light. The PSD file has a dimension of 10,000 x 6,000 px and is optimized for large scale printing.
This is image #1 of 4 of my Patterns series.
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Done is better than perfect – if perfect ain’t done – Eric Thomas.
This photograph finishes my Minimalism series. For now.
I have new projects in preparation but will definitely continue working in this direction.
This is image #4 of 4 of my series: Minimalism
Early in the morning – the mist vanishes in the background, a transient moment. I like this type of weather… but it is usually restricted to autumn. Pah…only a few months to go and then my camera and me are ready again… for these transient moments.
This is image #3 of 4 of my series: Minimalism
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Whenever I think of a composition
but can’t think of what I saw,
I can’t stop thinking until I think
I am thinking of it again.
I think I think to much.
I think I should make a decision.
But there are so (too) many alternatives.
I captured this image (these images) in the Fintlandsmoor. I used a leveled tripod, a 14mm lens and shot 9 overlapping shots to create this panorama. I created the basic panorama image in Lightroom and did the rest of the work in Photoshop. The image has a size of 10.000 x 4000 px.
A winter morning… freezing cold… the mist is still floating over the marshland… you can already smell the coast and wadden sea. I have to move faster to reach the coastline before the fog is gone.
This is image #2 of 4 of my series: Minimalism
Can you see my heartbeat? Strong wind in today’s weather forecast. Come on over to me and let us get ready. Let us fly with the upcoming wind. To new borders and new limits. Let us hear the sound of the wind in my sails and feel the energy of the speed and motion.
This is image #1 of 4 of my series: Minimalism