Historical part of Oldenburg / North Germany. Shot with my Fuji X100.
The Elbphilharmonie is a concert hall in the Hafen City quarter of Hamburg, Germany, on the Grasbrook peninsula of the Elbe River. It is one of the largest and most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world. After seeing thousands of similar shots I think this one is quiet unique.
Is there an emergency exit? Will I be able to escape from a toothbrush which wants to talk to my iPhone, a coffee maker which displays the current news, a car which decides to break or not… may be I just have to pull the plugs.
Shadow Flames – this image has been taken at one of my regular morning walks in Frankfurt a few moments (actually years) of time ago. Shadow and light… may the light be with us all.
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.
Image 8/20 – Rain doesn’t fall on one roof alone. This image has been taken in the stunning harbour of Hamburg with my Fuji X-T1. The top half of this composition is converted into B&W and the bottom half is without any major modifications.
This image is part of my series: Develop my personal style
The first 7 images are already published. If you are interested… please visit my blog. Thanks in advance!
Sometimes landscape photography has to include urban landscapes. I still miss to shoot architecture. Living in a remote spot in the North of Germany, there are not many tall buildings nearby. Actually NO tall buildings. When I search through my archives I often stumble over an urban / architecture image. So today I have a go. This image was taken a few years ago in Frankfurt. Processed in LR and PS today. A journey back in time…
Amsterdam. Remember? A few days ago I asked for advice of photo locations offsite the usual tourist attractions? I also studied the internet and made a plan of locations to visit (obviously the top 10 tourist attractions). I had 1.5 “daytime slots” only. To summarize my results in a few words: wrong expectations, wrong planning, wrong attitude (one that day), mixed weather, overwhelmed by the amount of cars, people, bridges, house boats, bicycles…I wasn’t prepared for street photography either (-> Noortje’s advice) The location and my state of mind wouldn’t come together on day 1. The next day was just a sequel of the first day. Amsterdam is such a beautiful location. I know there are these hidden gems I was looking for. Somewhere. It’s not over until it’s over. I have to come back. Different time of the year and definitely at night time. Different / other expectations and attitude. I will leave you now with a few impression of Amsterdam and Haarlem (last 2 photos). Did you ever had a similar experience? I felt like being part of a movie. It wasn’t real. Smiles. Reinhold
A few years and camera models ago (my first business trip to Berlin) I captured some fragments of the architecture. Working with these files, I decided today to go there soon to follow up on that subject.
Reinhold Staden April 23,2016
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