Fotoausstellung 2015 Heimattage Bruchsal

Blick.Klick!Trick? Poster
Blick.Klick!Trick? Klick macht GROSS!

Ausnahmsweise mal in Deutsch :wink:

Im Rahmen der Heimattage 2015 in Bruchsal gibt es von mir und Armin Herberger eine Fotoausstellung in der Stadtbücherei Bruchsal.

Eine Vernissage wird es am Mittwoch, den 25.3.2015 abends um 19h geben. Die Ausstellung geht zum 20. Juni 2015.  Eintritt frei, zu den Öffnungszeiten der Bibliothek (Di/Do/Fr: 13 Uhr – 18 Uhr; Mi/Sa:9.30 Uhr – 13 Uhr; Mo:geschlossen )

Eigens für die Ausstellung gibt es auch hier eine Projektseite zur Ausstellung  Blick. Klick! Trick? , die ich in der nächsten Zeit (anstatt von Blogbeiträgen) immer wieder anpassen werde.

Wer gerade das Smartphone mitsamt QR Code Scanner zur Hand hat, dem hüpft hiermit die Projektseite auf den Digitalschmeichler:

Zur Blick.Klick!Trick? Projektseite
Zur Blick.Klick!Trick? Projektseite

Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide Heliar III Test and Comparison

I just tested the new Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide Heliar and compared it to some other Ultra Wide Angle (UWA) lenses that I have. Read the Voigtlander Super Wide Heliar 15mm UWA Lens Comparison by clicking on the link or on the image below:
UWA Lens Test Voigtlander Super WIde Heliar IIIVoigtlander 15mm Super Wide Heliar III on A7

Solar Eclipse 2015

Yesterday I had the opportunity to watch a partial Solar Eclipse. For this, I dismantled a pair of Solar Eclipse Glasses and put the foil between the threads of step up/step down adapters. Combined with a 70-300 mm Telelens alongside a 1.4x Teleconverter I was prepared:

Solar Eclipse Watch Tool
Solar Eclipse Watch Tool

I took a couple of shots during moon transit. As the sun wandered out of camera view, I roughly repositioned each shot of the sun (in Adobe Lightroom, using the Crop tool).
Watch the whole animation on this page by clicking on the link or on the picture below:

Solar Eclipse 2015 (Animation)
Solar Eclipse 2015 (Click for the Animation Page)



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Michaelsberg, currently I am a little bit unsure, what to do with Photography, after all … guess it’s a Photographer’s Block … waiting to get by these two blocking trees you see in the pic :wink:

Macro Photography Magnification Test

AbbildungsmasstabI was curious which macro magnifications I could achieve with several combinations of lenses alongside with a couple of accessories. Are you curious? If so, check out my article on Macro Photography Magnification.