hidden buildings

Andre, Black And White Photography, Photography

Last week, I showed you a silhouette image and asked if it could be natural or manmade.  All, guessing manmade, were more or less right. This is the view from the other side about half an hour earlier than the silhouette image. The buildings are hidden between huge rocks. So, the silhouette of the buildings merges with their surroundings.

More of my images can be seen on my own blog.

narrow angle of view

Andre, Black And White Photography, Photography

This image is taken with a full-frame camera and a very old 100mm projector lens: fixed focal lens, fixed aperture of 2.8, no AF, no stabilzer, only a front-lens, and fosussing is done by pulling the front lens out of the cubus or push it back in.

When looking at the lens, you might think, it’s simply crap. But the results are great.

More of my images can be seen on my own blog.

wading along the trunks

Andre, Black And White Photography, Photography

This is one of the images, where it’s hard to decide if the image is monochrome or in color. No sky, no green plants, early no light, dark trunks, an oystercatcher is also mainly black and white. Only the legs, the bill and the eyes of an oystercatcher are of intense red color.

More of my images can be seen on my own blog.