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Found 11 results

  1. Catatac

    I give up !

    Exasperated in the parks of Shanghai Taken with M and Lux 50. C&C welcome
  2. 1.Anybody, who visits Shanghai, ought to taste the street food - this is actually a small shop, the mobile grills on the street are as excellent and tasty - I love them! "grilled food" 2.There is no borders in life, everything is possible - for everyone! Turn it your way! "turn the world" 3.This is conceptual - a candid as all of my shots and a fragile scene… "married ?" 4. "romanticks"
  3. Here are three shots from yesterday night in Shanghai: street vendors scrambling, as a security officer appears in a Metro entrance: "fleeing vendors" a man, hurrying home with his dinner, packed on the bike: "racing with hot food" advertisement and sexy sweater at a bus stop (no, I don't shoot people usually from the back): "sexy bus stop"
  4. A Porsche Cayman GT sitting in a dark alley in Shanghai at night. … more on my website in the blog here or the gallery here. Thanks for looking ;-)
  5. These were taken during the Chinese New Year Festival in Shanghai: "dancing dragon" M8.2 | Noctilux "dancing dragon" M8.2 | Noctilux "at the bund" M8.2 | 15 Heliar-M A happy new year of the rabbit to everybody!
  6. Some views from the new Minpu Bridge in Shanghai. The bridge has two levels, the upper one belongs to the G32 highway, the lower one (which is not opened yet) to local traffic. Gives some nice views to the neighbourhood and the power plant nearby. M6TTL, Summicron 50mm DR, 400TX
  7. Some shots made during a stroll throug Tianzifang which is an old industrial area that has been turned into a fashion and entertainment area with many bars, coffee shops and art shops. M6TTL, Summicron 50mm DR, 400TX
  8. Leicat

    Catwalk

    Here is one shot made at Tianzifang in Shanghai. Tianzifang is an old industrial area that has been turned into a fashion and entertainment area with many bars, coffee shops and art shops. The electrical installation still seems to be the original one which is used by this cat in a quite creative way. M6TTL, Summicron 50mm DR, 400TX
  9. The Waibaidu Bridge at the Bund in Shanghai, connecting Puxi with Pudong. M6TTL, Summicron 50mm DR
  10. I was hunting down some late night food yesterday and strolled the part of the city for some interesting scenes. I saw a police pickup, stopped at a mini van, officers checking papers of the van driver. I didn't pay much interest to what was going on, but liked the light of the scene, coming from bright flood lights from a super mall across the street and some fuzzy street lights behind me. I took a few frames of the van, to see, if I could get a special lighting and exposure. It looked boring. Only, when the driver finished his cigarette and opened the back of the van did I recognize, what I had there: "wagon" "pigs" "unload" "The Midnight Meat Wagon" EPSON R-D1 | Leica 28 Cron ASPH | ISO6400 | f2 | 1/15 - 1/30 After I had the second frame in the box, the driver unloaded half a pig onto the street, turned it over, making sure all the dog excrements, human spit, cigarette stumps, food rests and street dirt left a good layer of meat preservation all over the cadaver and pulled it into a warehouse. So if you ever pay Shanghai a visit, and wonder, where the meat comes from, you just had - beware of "The Midnight Meat Wagon". The R-D1 faired pretty well for the slow aperture and the very, very dark subject against extremely bright lights from the mall. Only, if you push the files in such scenes, does the underexposed areas show banding due to the heavy contrast. Pushed M9 files do not look better under such tricky light with heavy pushing. Anybody lend me a M9 for playing around with pushing ;-) ?
  11. During a taxi ride through Shanghai, I took some winter impressions with me and found my ideal lens for the R-D1 - a Leica 28 Cron. "lost space" "heimkehr" "chatter" "…" These and more photographs are also on my website.
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