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  1. That day in early october started promising with a cold temperatures, clear air and a golden light. I decided to roam ina nearby park on a hill in my hometown. Light was gorgeous so I could not make up my mind and processed a bw series from those pictures which were being planned as such. Olympus EM 5 with Summilux
  2. When the winter sun is ot even the forest can look delightful. Temepratures were mild a a kind of spring was in the air. Leica Q, pano stitched from 3 pictures
  3. Last Weekend we went to a city on occasion of a firework to the city of Dortmund. As it took place in an illuminated park we spent a couple of hours there and felt as if being in a colorful fairy tale. (My shots with 5DMKII+Mamiya zoom lens can be seen on my Flickr account) Olympus EM 5 with Summilux 15 mm used as back-up camera. It was also good to have a fast prime lens which had to be handheld, since the tripod word with the heavier camera. Enjoy the color burst!
  4. Tree in the afternoon sunshine, near Chateau Talbot in St.-Julien, Bordeaux. Leica M240, 50mm APO-Summicron
  5. these are my first attempts with infrarerd photography. I bought 2 filters, so that can cover the range of my lenses. For my MKII I discovered that only Novoflex adapter is lightproof, so exercises with this camera will follow later on when we get another series of nice lighting. It seems that subjects can be found anywhere if light is contrasty enough. A different world of light and subject is waiting to be discovered and inviting for light adventures. Have a look. Here Olympus OMD EM5 with Summilux 15 mm
  6. To peacefully say goodbye to 2017, a little Fine Art: Tree at Loch Fada, a 4 minutes long exposure taken last spring during one of my Workshops on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Leica SL, Leica Summarit-S 70mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters. Thanks for viewing, and Happy New Year everyone! Vieri
  7. I have a tree (verity of maple) in front of my window that sheds all its leaves in the winter and starts growing again in spring. I noticed tiny leaves appearing over the weekend and had an idea of shooting a timelapse. I set up my Nex6 with 90mm tele-elmarit (thin) on a tripod looking out of the window. Although I took shots throughout the day (I use intervelometer, I am not home all the time), I guess daily shots will be better. In any case, this is from Day zero (First of this month). I will post every few days if the growth is noticeable in small size. Nex6+80mm Tele-Elmarit Thin
  8. all with Leica R4 and Summicron 50 mm Usually when there is a new toy in the house I try it out on subjects in our garden. This time it was the Leica R3.
  9. Leica M8 Leica 35 mm f2 Converted from Color file. I am a tree and art person.. the light just brought me in and the sculpted tree and urn spoke to me.
  10. Landscape of my region in autumn 2018. This belongs to my first series with my "new" Leica R3 and Summicron 50 mm. Kodak 200 scanned with Epson 850 V Pro.
  11. Bryce Canyon, the Navajo Trail has a slot canyon. The red rocks were quite dark and yet there was light. So I was enthusiastic of what the sensor of the Leica Q can capture. It works when the highlight are not burnt and the depth can always be processed up to 2 stops.
  12. it was one last warm late autumn evening and it was almost dark. So I did a longtime exposure of about 15 secs. Since there was a slight breeze you will notice swaying branches and their blurr. But this is part of the message. Mounted was the R Summircon 50 mm on Canon 5D MKII.
  13. mild temperatures brought forward all blosoms and all greenery forward and everything is 4 weeks earl this year. So to explore the countryside and forests is pleasant. Difficult light for exposures is most tricky because of the bright sky and much stray light. Therefore I used a combination of filters. In this case graded ND filter + polarisation filter on Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm
  14. these last days we were what april usually is: a mix of rain, gusts, and sunshine - all in all a bit cool also. When in the evening it became a bit more calm I sneaked out into our adjacent park landscape. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm, polrisation filter and graded ND filter.
  15. "True perfection acquires only the tree which stands alone" - Toyotama Tsuno M240, APO Telyt-M 135mm, SEfexPro2.
  16. Weather was all day very dull. As soon as a soft hopeful light appeared in the early evening I sneaked out, snatched my X1 in case I might find something motivating.
  17. our souls are suffering from lack of sunshine but for the camera these dull days are very busy. Our so familiar places show a different unknown side and character. Canon 5D MKII plus Elmarit R-60 mm + Apo converter 2x
  18. ...bzw. dessen Baumkrone M8.2, Elmar 2,8 - 50mm, Gelbfilter, ISO 160, 1/90 sec., Apt. 3, 9. Feb. 2013.
  19. these days are a never ending chain of thunderstorm and short bright moments. when I was in the near forest I became aware of this stramge formation. Our city is in an area of moderate "storms" and normally we do not have heavy damages. Rain immediately started and I only found some sort of shelter under an old beech tree. Olympus OMD EM5 + Summilux 15 mm
  20. It was a misty grey day, the right weather to see what impressions the regional big peat-bog would like to offer. It was drizzling all the time and everything as wrapped in plastic foil. It was hard to focus precisely because all the material went damp with breath. After every shot the front lens had to be wiped. All taken with the Elmarit R- 60 mm Macro mounted on Canon 5D MKII [ATTACH]349982[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]349983[/ATTACH]
  21. When roaming through the quiet morning beech tree forest oen could only hear a slight breeze and the sound of falling leaves. How to frame this? A few sunrays fell on the beech tree and I waited for a light gush of wind. High ISO was nececssary to get the leaves sharp with a shutterspeed of 1/250. An experiment of of several shots was neccessary, but time for this was limited because of fading light. Thanks for looking
  22. laowai_

    Emory Peak

    From the album: Big Bend

    Tree on top of the Emory Peak in Big Bend National Park.

    © (C) 2016, Chris Scholz

  23. From the album: Leica Q B&W By Jonathan Todd

    Lost tree to the ocean forces caught as it was headed out to sea. How many years did it take to grow the eye of the needle in bark? How did it happen?

    © Copyright Jonathan Todd 2015

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