Today is the 6th anniversary of my Fuji X-100. I used it for everything: street photography, landscape, architecture, nature, objects. I think this one will stay in my rucksack forever. I am still using it. But not as much as I should! I like the in camera black and white film simulation.
The national park “Wadden Sea” – world heritage and an area where you feel “solitude”. Light, textures, wind, clouds, sand and water… awesome landscape and stunning views. In times like these it’s a place to be alone in the landscape and nature.
Get yourself a hot cup of tea. Today I would like to invite you for a virtual walk into the Nutteler Bäke in snowy AND misty conditions. Recorded with my iPhone and images shot with my Fuji X-T1. The awesome music is by Kevin MacLeod. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
And now relax and follow me into the area where fog meets snow.
It is time for a glass of wine or a hot cup of tea. I would like to invite you for a virtual walk into the Dänikhorster Moor in snowy conditions. Recorded with my iPhone (sorry for that) and images shot with my Fuji X-T1. The awesome music is by Kevin MacLeod. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Today I started a new and exiting approach of presenting images to my clients. At least for me… new and exciting.
This is a sample: the wall above shows the last 4 images I posted on this blog. They all belong into the gallery “autumn”. I want to create the feeling as if the viewer is standing in a gallery looking at framed or unframed images in different sizes or may be different materials.
Today I like to show you the location of 3 images I posted in the last days. This is the first of a series of – Landscape Photography Then and There – videos. The next time I will take you to the – Lake Zwischenahner Meer – and we will do some “long exposures”. And may be the guy who always walks into the frame starts talking to you. 🙂 Enjoy! Reinhold