The photo was taken in the coast resort Dangast in the World Heritage Wadden Sea at the coast line of North Germany. To get to this location I had to walk into the wadden sea. There was no other way to get to this place. Fortunately I was wearing wellies. I used my Fuji X-T1 / 18-55mm lens, a tripod and my Lee Seven 5 filter system. The tripod was sinking into the wet sand. I used 3 CD’s (one under each tripod leg) to stabilize it. I did this for the first time and it worked out quite well. I shot 2 images. One with focus on the foreground, the other with focus on the background. I used Photoshop to align and blend the 2 images. The B&W conversion was done in LR using Silver Efex Pro.
A few days ago I had a late afternoon walk in the Fintlandsmoor, a conservation area near the place I live. It lies within the Hunte-Leda Moor at the outskirts of the Ammerland Geest. It is a natural habitat of endangered ground-nesting birds. Location: Google Maps
All photos at his location are taken with my Fuji X-T1 and the 18-55mm lens. I used a tripod and my new Lee Seven 5 filter system. Post was done with Lightroom only.
Follow this link to my homepage for more images of North Germany
Today I started my Fuji X-T1 page – as part of my blog.
I like to develop/expand this page in the next days, weeks and months with technical information, my experience with the X-T1, best practices and links to other sources of information.
If you are already a X-T1 user or you are interested in this “black beauty” you can bookmark this page. If you have questions about the X-T1 or how to use it, leave a comment on the new page. I will try to answer all your questions.
Link: https://rstaden.wordpress.com/fuji-x-t1/ (also part of the main menu of my blog)