Monthly Archives: May 2008

kalmunai fishermen

first post after 17 days. not that i had given up photography or was just lazy. no, i was simply without network connect – thanks to my administration which didn’t bother to come up with a gprs connection for my mobile (only applied for it 5 months ago) – in eastern sri lanka on a… Read more »

three graces

taken during our holidays in croatia. whilst the color version is interesting in its own, i do like the graphical effect of the black and white here even more as it leads the eye more to the curve of the heads. this abstract portrait i love for the patterns and shadows and clear areas. i… Read more »

lammeröfen

flare obviously is a weak spot of the tamron 11-18, on the other hands the situation present was pretty extreme and the front lens not completely clean. oh yeah, there is something to learn from every shot… the rock formation down there is really gorgeous and i decided to come back in june to get… Read more »

more tulips

untypical for tulips, these are white. my favourite raw editor lightzone, which is now available as a commercial and supported product for linux – thanks lightcrafts – proved to be an excellent tool to just enhance the local contrast in the one focused tulip. the shot was taken with a more than 20 year old… Read more »

wild cherry trees

rainy day, subdued light, so the Father’s day was not a overly buoyant affair. still the walk with my nephew and his hour-long talk about the playstation and the possible hacks (oh how far away am i from a boy’s hobbies – my toys are much more expensive at least) were some fun. he silently… Read more »