I photographed my neighbors front yard last night. He has his house beautifully decorated and lights are shining really bright. I used an old 55mm prime lens that I like because it creates such a beautiful background blur to photograph the lights purposely out of focus.
Enjoy and keep on working on your images!
Kalter Novemberabend. Es regnet. Aber wenigstens steht dieser schöne, alte Porsche trocken und sicher in seiner Glasbox. Und mir ist kalt.
Anke hat diese alte Telefonzelle in den schottischen Highlands gefunden und fotografiert. Das Farbfoto wurde nachträglich in S/W umgewandelt. Sie fand, das passt besser zum maroden Charme dieser Telefonzelle.
Recently I had the chance to portrait two brothers who are running a start up furniture business, based on the legacy of their father. Both Aaron and Justus enjoyed posing like they were professional photo models and so we got many great shots. But the one displayed here and converted into b&w is my favorite! So many thanks, guys!
Feel free to find out more about their business on http://www.rahmlow.design.
Here’s another from the Merced Wildlife Refuge, a great place to go this time of the year. Last time I was there the geese were beginning to show up. The Sandhill Cranes were coming in in huge flights at dark. Difficult to get a good shot at a moving target when there’s very little light.
Hope you find a great photo place.
I took an old 55mm Chinon lens with we this morning. I like this lens because it produces a beautiful background blur at f1.7. It was a frosty morning and I photographed some weeds covered in surface frost.
Nacht in der Autostadt. Es ist nass und kalt und man würde gerne in den warmen Laden. Doch der ist schon geschlossen. Feierabend.
Anke photographed this man on stilts in Hannover, Germany.
I went to the Refuge hoping to find some geese, ducks and migratory fowl. There weren’t many birds but I stuck around hoping for a good sunset. As you can see it turned out pretty well. Full moon in a couple of days. I may have to go back and see what that holds.