Archive for the '"Sigma 24-70mm f2,8 EX DG"' Category


After reading the article of Bill Wilson here I decided to built my own. It took some time to cut the cardboard, but it is definitely worth the effort:

and this shows how it is done:

EOS40D - First Shots

Wedding II

It’s the wedding year. Friends married near Kiel, Germany. Beautiful location and a bright sunny day. what more do I want (beside the obvious EOS1 D Mark III and some L-Glass)?

The Rest of the pictures is online here and here. Gear on stage was either the beloved EOS5 or the Konica FT1

Landesthinking Day

as the Scout Movement turns 100 this year, celebrations have started across the world. The German Scout Movement BdP (part of WAGGS) has celebrated it in Kiel, Germany, with more then 300 participants. Here is a selection of the pictures I took.

More can be found in the gallery.
I will upload all the pictures to my […]

a roll of film

as I was sorting equipment back into its original bags, I found one roll of film from northern California which had not been developed. Confused and not sure what I missed, I brought it to the lab and was eagerly waiting for it. And now its back. And it came screaming back to me what […]

California Dreaming

the developing is done, the results are back. I am posting the “best of” collection here.
The Golden Gate Bridge

The Presidio

The Presidio II

California Landscape

Room with a view

More Pictures are located in the Gallery.

San Francisco on a weekend

I have been round in San Francisco. It’s an amazing City, and its always so enjoyable.
Although the roll is still not developed (not sure wether to search for a pro Lab in Roseville or bring them home) I am bringing up my photos from last years October visit:

So stay tuned for the new ones.

sigma 24-70mm f2,8

I finished the tests with the new sigma 24-70mm f2,8 EX DG lense. My parents gave it to me as a combined Christmas/Birthday present. And it works great. Soft at 2,8 which was no suprise, but at f4, its awesome. the AF works fast, not too loud. and its freakin huge
Visual Impression:

(courtesy of […]

Late New Years Wish

happy 2007. we spent it near St. Peter Ording on the North Sea shore. Great!
the pic above was created via long exposure and small magnesia torches being swung around, the old meaning of photography, meaning painting with light, newly interpreted. Thanks to Christina, Anna, Melanie, Daniel und Christian!
More Impressions:

St. Peter Ording - the beach

On the […]