One face can form many expressions. Each expression can embody various emotions. Janna shows us a few.
In the recent months, I was playing around with stereoscopic photography. That is taking two pictures side by side to generate an 3D vision. There are several ways to take two slightly shifted photos of a subject: Shifting the camera between two time-delayed exposures Using specialized 3D lenses, which project two shifted images on the camera sensor Using two cameras mounted side by side Shifting the camera between two time-delayed exposures is the easiest way to start with stereoscopic photography.Read More
In 1972, Munich was hosting the Olympic Games. Thousands of spectators were watching the games in the various locations of the Olympic Park. The city of Munich build a railway station for moving the visitors in and out. This railway station hasn’t been used for many years and became a lost place. I meet Sammy at one of the platforms as she was waiting for the train…
It was a beautiful summer day when Katia Martin and I toured through Paris. We walked away from the big tourist spots and ascertained streets with many old buildings. We found a street with a view on the Eifel Tower and stopped for a few photos. Thanks Katia for showing me your home town.
Chicago is known for skyscrapers left and right of the Chicago river, the worldwide best blues music (e.g., Magic Sam, J.B. Hutto, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells), deep dish pizza, and 1920s gangsters like Al Capone. Even today the crime rate is very high. After 12 shootings in the last night, I stopped counting news reports on TV during breakfast. Maybe that’s the reason why Chicago became a film location for Batman Begins and the Last Knight. I had just oneRead More