Design with me… #6

The days pass by… one like the other. Yesterday I was kind of bored 😑. So I sat down, took my iPad and started to create some graphic designs. Hope you like some. Today things are getting better. Stunning weather forecast for the next days.

That means more „Walking my dog“ posts 😱

Happy days. Reinhold & 🐶

Magic moments… #6

Autumn breeze

Today I spent some time working on one of my images from my archive. I captured it last autumn. While I was working on it, that scene became one of my favorite images of 2019. It shows these lovely autumn birch trees and their vibrant color. I think I captured the peak of autumn in the North of Germany with this one and one which represents our local moor the best.

Happy days. Stay healthy and safe. Reinhold

Looking closer… #6

Sunlight… my one and only light source. Still experimenting with the extension tubes. May be I should go and look for a proper macro lens in the internet. The contact ban and the upcoming holidays are good reasons to invest in an extensive research activity. Happy days and stay safe and healthy. Reinhold

Looking closer… #5

Fokus stacking… I shot 6 images of this object and changed the focus point for each shot, adjusting and fine tuning the focus for the selected area. I then imported these images via Lightroom into Photoshop where I did the alignment and blending of these images. After saving and returning to Lightroom I made some minor color adjustments to the final image and created a vignette to frame the center. I think this technique is essential for certain compositions… this one isn’t perfect, but I will keep trying.

Happy days. Reinhold

Looking closer… #4

Variations of an object. Rather than posting 4 different objects I decided to stick to one object for today. I captured 4 close-ups. Tomorrow I will use a similar approach, but will use “photo stacking”.

Focus stacking is a digital image processing technique which combines multiple images taken at different focus distances to give a resulting image with a greater depth of field (DOF) than any of the individual source images. Wikipedia