This post is long overdue.
The following shooting session has been made with my Nikon 50mm f/1.8D lens, using manual focus.
I hope this post doesn’t fall into the “here is my kitten” category 🙂
Here are just a few pictures from Munich. More to come later.
Nothing planed, just pure chance, and nature at work.
After a long break, I have a bunch of pics to share. I’ll start slowly with a few night shots. I hope I’ll have time to post the rest soon.
Start of a beautiful night…
Some shops in the passing light…
it’s almost dark….
…stars are already visible….
…and finaly, time for sleep under the clear sky. (that’s my window by the way)
Camera – Nikon D40; Lens – Nikkor 50mm and 300mm
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The battle between light and darkness, on the walls of a castle.
A good combination of colors backed up by a beautiful lady.
… by the way, she is my fiancé
My first contact with a golf course.
Still life in a museum
Some exercises over a highway
Since a long time, I’ve been thinking about shooting the stars. Of course starting with the moon seemed the logical step. Equipment & stats (unfortunately I don’t have proper lens suited for night sky photography):
Nikon D40, 50mm f/1.8D AF
1/500 s; f=11; ISO 800;
It started snowing…everything is paralyzed when it snows.
…traffic on a busy Friday night.
It’s my first try in this area, so if you have suggestions regarding what I did wrong (there’s bound to be some flaws) with this shot, you’re welcome to comment them.
Lonely and cold sea on the Mediterranean shores.