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It’s not about the F-Stop

Despite the lack of time for writing here more often (work, personal projects, changes in private life …), I still can read! 🙂 The photographic “victim” this time was “It’s not about the F-Stop“, by the legendary Jay Maisel. Jay … Continue reading

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The Moment it Clicks

When reading an art book, I’m surely not a fast reader, but just finished reading another one. The book was “The Moment it Clicks“, written by the fantastic National Geographic photographer Joe McNally. The book has a very interesting format, … Continue reading

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Seeing light

I had the intention to write about something else, now coming back from the end of the year season, but the light in the morning was just beautiful and I decided to write about light 🙂 Yes! I was taking … Continue reading

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Getting the picture

In the spring I posted about missing the picture, now finally posting about GETTING the picture. For the 1100 anniversary of Garching, the city I live close to Munich, the city is making a big, year long, series of events … Continue reading

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What do you shoot with?

Yesterday a friend showed me a FStoppers video where Lee Morris makes a whole photo shoot with an iPhone, instead of a DSLR. Not really going into the merit of the video, Lee loves to create polemics everywhere, but into … Continue reading

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