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Backround: Me and  two other guys met here in Gohrisch in order to take photos,  and these pics are the first results of the past 12 hours.

It´s "workshop like" as we´re teaching and correct our mistakes ourselves. Starting  the first location of the day at about 5:30 in the morning, let´s see what will happen in the evening.

 

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vor 19 Minuten schrieb Sparkassenkunde:

I really light the mood in the shots #2 and #3! The frame in your last picture is not to my taste, but the picture itself could make for the title of a book about landscape photography :)

The frame... you are right....

I do have some different workflows to come to a picture i am going to show/ to post. This workflow was not that  way i intendended to use.... Sorry.

Thanks for the comment!

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vor 14 Stunden schrieb abrewer:

Wow. That is stunning!

Thanks !

To give you another impression of this region you see the "Festung Königstein" on the right sight, view from the "Pfaffenstein" and the guys who went with me on this fantastic trip

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On 10/13/2018 at 12:41 PM, BlackDoc said:

Backround: Me and  two other guys met here in Gohrisch in order to take photos,  and these pics are the first results of the past 12 hours.

It´s "workshop like" as we´re teaching and correct our mistakes ourselves. Starting  the first location of the day at about 5:30 in the morning, let´s see what will happen in the evening.

 

Nice work, Jörn! I am glad to see that you are applying the working method (shoot, examine, correct each other) that you have learnt during my workshops! :D

Best regards,

Vieri

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Am 15.10.2018 um 17:36 schrieb stuny:

A lovely set

 

Am 15.10.2018 um 12:59 schrieb Vieri:

Nice work, Jörn! I am glad to see that you are applying the working method (shoot, examine, correct each other) that you have learnt during my workshops! :D

Best regards,

Vieri

Thanks to you both and all the others to see the pictures,

One of the guys is a younger climber who stays often in this area -> so he guided us to the spots. It was like job sharing-> back "home" at the apartment (3 guys 3 rooms , also 3 desktops in oder to do our postprocessing)   it was part of my job to organize "dinner", during the shoot outs everybody helped the others (technically, spot/ view optimizing etc)

Another example of the locations you see here (and there are enough spots...)

 

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One early morning spot called "Gleitmannshorn". Temperature was not the problem but even  a good tripod (gitzo) did not manage the storm at this place.....

 

btw  i have changed the frame settings....;-)

 

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