Category: Nature

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The Tiny Cosmos

After the video „The Lion City“, in which the tilt-shift effect has been meaningfully deployed for a change, I wouldn’t have thought to find other videos or photos that benefit from this digital image processing trick that quickly. With so many still and moving pictures I view every day, I have become tired of looking ...

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Rocky Mountains Time Lapse Video

The USA, as one of the largest countries in the world, has a lot to offer in terms of breath-taking as well as inhospitable and terrifying natural landscapes. I bet every single one of you can name Yellowstone national park, Grand Canyon and Niagara Falls. These are real magnets for visitors, which have burned themselves ...

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Tipp: Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab’s Bee Macros

Ever since I’ve bought the Marumi achromatic lens, macro is all I can think about. Today I was at it again, but couldn’t find the time to process and upload any of them, maybe tomorrow. In search of inspiration, thanks to the PetaPixel’s article, I’ve stumbled upon US Geological Survey’s Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab ...

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Insects and Green Stuff with the DP3M

A few days ago, I got the request to upload some of the pictures I took with the Sigma DP3M in original size. As I recently only just photographed bugs and flowers, I don’t have any photos readily available to demonstrate the camera’s sharpness and the lens (middle and edge sharpness…) performance. As soon as ...

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More topical than ever: David Maisel’s The Lake Project and The Mining Project

While I took a break from reporting on the record-breaking flood in Austria and my home country, I stumbled across two projects by David Maisel as if determined by fate. “The Mining Project” as well as “The Lake Project” both deal with the same topic: human-induced environmental destruction. © David Maisel © David Maisel From Maisel’s favourite ...