November 02, 2008

One of the last pictures I took with a horrible Nikon 18-135 IF-ED zoom lens before I sold it. It was mounted on a Fuji S5Pro during my trip in Paris.
HDR-Shot of the millenium wheel in London by using a Fuji S9600 with a remote trigger. This camera is my recommendation for the people who need a smaller cam with a good lens and an astonishing picture quality.

A snapshot from Bilbao. While others took pictures from the Guggenheim Museum, I walked through this emerging city and proofed that the Nikon wide angel converter WC-E80 is quite good. No comparison to those Raynox lenses that dissort the image that you can hardly recognize your motiv.

October 30, 2008

View from St. Michaelis chruch to the river Elbe in Hamburg. Maiden voyage of MS Eurodam.
Original file: 21MP, 3x 50mm, Fuji S9600
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September 30, 2008

Hamburg panorama, nothern side

View to the northern side of the river Elbe in Hamburg.
Original file: 40MP(!), 13s, F7.1, 108mm, Fuji S5Pro/Nikon AF 28-85

Landungsbrücken in Hamburg

View to the south side of the river Elbe in Hamburg.
Original file: 12MP, 1/50s, F7.1, 128mm, Fuji S5Pro/Nikon AF 28-85 mm

London Tube / Embankment April 2008

Original file: 2MP, 2.0s, F3.6, 38mm, Fuji S9600

September 28, 2008

QM2 in Hamburg 30.07. Cruise Days 2008

The Photo was taken from a motorboat only a few meters away from the ship.
Original file: 12MP, 1/180s, F3.8, 36mm, Fuji S3 Pro/ AF-S Nikon 18-135 G IF-ED DX