An Analytical Approach To Focus Stacking

As for the Micro Four Third Camera System an automated approach to focus stacking is now available, I got into some analytical details to get to know my gear better, when it comes to macro photography …

Focus Stack Sample (made of 22 single photos)
Focus Stack Sample (made of 22 single photos)

Click on this link or the picture above to read the in depth article, especially if you’rte interested what the Olympus menu on Focus Bracketing is all about …

Winter In Times Of Global Warming

Time to start the new year with a new Photosophy type of picture … This year, there’s nothing about wintery scenes! Nevertheless, I waited for sunset to come.

Brusl Nebel Artification

This is a nice year end photo to conclude my blog activities for this year … it was done on a very rare occasion, to be precisely as probable as the product of probabilities of joint occurence of decoration, foggy weather like this, the willingness to go outside and finally the happy accident of carrying a camera around …

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Even as it is often not regarded as cool to apply all sorts of filters to an image, I really like those programs that will apply that painterly look to your filters … and with the kind of program I use you can even turn a picture into something “Van Goghish” 😉 …

Have a nice X Mas and a happy new year ahead!

Brusl Unscharf

Seems to me like every photographer is out for ultimate sharpness and top notch quality … these days I am getting bored at shooting perfect photos … life isn’t perfect so why should images be? I went out one evening and played around with a pinhole lens … looking at the picture, I can imagine how this spot could have looked back in the 20ies of the last century.

That’s what I call good pictures, be it mine or the ones taken by someone else: Images that will allow you to imagine a story are images worth of being looked at …

Rheinbild

Father Rhine is thirsty! Today you’ll see sort of a river photograph today: Due to the draught, the river level fell quite flat, and on a walk you coukd see shell skeletons all over the dried river banks …