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I've been working on a series of early morning cityscape images, mostly with my previous camera, a Fuji X100v, now, with a new Leica Q2 inhand and with a renewed enthusiasm I'm back on the early morning hunt. This is scene from a small industrial estate is my first with the Q2.
© Coryright, Ross Duncan
Last weekend I attended a workshop in Berlin: Urban Landscape, a workshop exploring man-altered landscape photography. As a subject, the choice was Public Park at "Gleisdreieck" (a formerly triangular junction of two metro lines and still a famous metro stop in Berlin). Taught by sculptor, photographer and art educator Martin Pfahler, the workshop was organized by PhotoWerkBerlin. Instructions and photographic practice were inspiring, and refreshingly non equipment oriented. I posted an account of my own results on my recently launched blog: Various Velocities: “Am Gleisdreieck” Public Park Berlin | Norbert Steinkamp. These and all other photos of the series were taken with an M240 & Summilux 50mm ASPH (sorry I'm allowing myself a bit of equipment orientation in the Leica forum): Public Park "Am Gleisdreieck" Berlin © Norbert Steinkamp 2013 Public Park "Am Gleisdreieck" Berlin © Norbert Steinkamp 2013 Public Park "Am Gleisdreieck" Berlin © Norbert Steinkamp 2013 Best regards, Norbert