Posts tagged ‘panorama’
The all creative low light season is here finally. The perfect time for long exposures, using different on-site techniques to get your images alive, panning etc. Only your mind is the limiting factor. There is no bad weather for photography – there is only bad imagination hindering you from doing your thing!
Autumn is here – soon already passed. It has been a beautiful one, with plenty of colors. The colourful nature soon transforms into the minimalistic version of autumn, where two colors are sharing the main character – grey and dark grey. The season for really fine images stand ahead of us, where we really need... (more)
The summer of all summers is now behind us – I only speak for my self…I had the chance to be on paternity leave and vacation for a total of 7 1/2 weeks, which was a totally new experience for me. I recommend it from my heart to all of you squirrels running in the... (more)
After a poor winter comes a poor summer – isn’t it so? Well – I really cannot complain, once we have green trees, flowers on the meadows and even the sun every now and then appears in the sky. I prefer a poor summer before a poor winter, since snow is an obsession for me…... (more)
The lamount of light has increased significantly over the last weeks, and we have already seen some migrating birds around here. We had some “last new snow” a week ago, so I had to trap the panorama gear and head out to a natural forest near by for some winter shots – they are quite... (more)
Time to wrap up the year and wish you all a Merry Christmas! This year has been in many ways different compared to previous years, especially when it comes to my photography. More selective shooting, enjoying the surroundings and not that much of pressure on just photographing. After many years of multitasking it felt good... (more)
Autumn arrives slowly – the summer hangs in there with beautiful sunny and warm days. We are waiting, as you can see on the first image. Autumn is my favourite season of all! I managed to photograph a new species of polyporaceae; fungus pregnancus… 😉
Presentation of panorama photography – Most images taken in vertical position and stitched together from 5-8 images using PTGui Pro -software.