it is that time of the year where everything starts to bloom and become green again and I love the epic sunset the region around Bodensee produces. I had a chance to photograph a lovely couple around the lake and … Continue reading
some rusty nails I found in the garage I put on my macro lens and took a couple shots…this is a tamron 90mm f2.8 macro lens, very sharp. I recommend to use a tripod for macro photography, low ISO and … Continue reading
I read about this a couple months ago. A photographer started taking pictures every day and posted one of his favorites to a blog / his flickr account. It was interesting to read and follow his journey on how he evolved and brought his photography to a next level. It took me almost a month to decide that I want to do this as well. I was thinking when he found time although he was working, has family and friends I should be able to pull this off too.
It will be definitely an interesting journey and experience to push yourself to take at least one shot every day and I am very excited to see myself where it will get me.
The rules are pretty simple. Take pictures everyday for 365 days and upload one of your favorite for each day. It is not necessary to upload the picture the same day but you have to take pictures every day. I will also document how many pictures I have taken that day and write something about the walk or location I visited.
I also was thinking to implement some weekly challenges into this project like, shoot only 50mm, macro lens, tele zoom or specific topics like only street photography, flowers, buildings etc. If you have some ideas feel free to post some 🙂
January is almost over but there is no definite time to start, I will on February 1st but you just have to start. I will post the pictures here on the blog and also on my flickr account https://www.flickr.com/photos/99739062@N02/
If you would like to join me feel free so this way we can exchange ideas and weekly challenges.
I always wanted to experiment with black and white portrait photography and also to learn how light influences the portrait. For that reason I bought myself a mannequin, Candy. This gives perfect opportunity to experiment with light and exposure and … Continue reading
I like the image overlay function in my camera. This enables to create double exposures directly in my camera. I know that the same or even better effects can be achieved with photoshop but this feature allows me to directly … Continue reading
A technique I have learned from Sam Hurd where you put a convex lens in front of a camera to create an artistic blur effect. Most modern phone cameras have decent cameras today and the images can be edited easily … Continue reading