28/04/2013

Nikon Coolpix A photos

Coolpix A, 1/800 sec at f/7.1, 0EV, ISO 100, A

Coolpix A, 1/640 sec at f/7.1, 0EV, ISO 100, A

Coolpix A, 1/400 sec at f/9.0, 0EV, ISO 100, A

Coolpix A, 1/640 sec at f/9.0, 0EV, ISO 100, A

Enclosed four photos taken with the new Nikon Coolpix A - DX format camera. I'm very impressed with the level of details and the dynamic range that this camera can capture. Above photos has been through a post process in LR4, but that is also what we expect to be able to do with large RAW-files from the DX-sensor with no low pass filter.

21/04/2013

Stone Fragments Among Leafs

D800 with AF-S 24-70mm, 1/80 sec at f/6.3, ISO 100, 0EV, 56mm

Even on a cloudy day it's possible to find strong black & white photographic subjects - especially because the sky serves a a great softbox. When you go for a walk and bring you camera, try to look down! An amazing array of interesting subjects and pattern emerges right in front of you.

Here I found an array of stone fragments and leafs that created a interesting pattern - very suitable for a black & white representation. I hope you agree.

The photo was prepared in Lightroom and then converted to B&W in Silver Efex Pro 2.0.

14/04/2013

Porous layers of Italy...

D800 with AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8: 1/80 sec af f/4.5, 0 EV, ISO 200, 28mm

OMG - I have not posted on my blog for over a month. Starting up in a new position as CEO for Danimex Communication is occupying the main part of my waking hours.

I'm spending my time between three homes - my work home in Sønderborg, my week-end home in Lyngby and my holiday home near Acqui Terme in Piedmont, Italy.  In between I'm traveling to interested places - Sorrento, Italy - Dubai, UAE - Johannesburg, South Africa - in March alone. It's a good time to get engulfed in my hobby - photography.

D800 with AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8: 1/125 sec af f/7.1, 0 EV, ISO 400, 66mm

The photos here are not a visual metaphor representing my three homes :-) Not far from my home in Italy the old porous layers of compressed clay, limestone, chalk and other elements are visible just along side the old dirt road. Black and white is the best way to capture this display of natures fragility.

D800 with AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8: 1/160 sec af f/7.1, 0 EV, ISO 400, 66mm


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