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EOS40D - First Shots

Harbour View

Couple of weeks ago I purchased a wide angel zoom, for several reasons. One is the 17mm end of things =) and the other is being ready to switch to Digital in the near future (1.6 is all I say)
These are the test pictures, and the lens ist great.

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

wedding work

friends got married. and I was there:

no pictures now

I am deeply involved in scout activities, hence no new pictures. But I am looking forward to a Trip again where I can post new pictures.
Since this will be some time, here an oldie from Brazil (Sau Paulo):

brave new lens

Earlier then expected, I got the testshots back from the lab. Remember, I got the 50mm f1.4 for my Konica.
Great lens, as expected, when you are not exactly on focus the picture will get blurry, but I love it. Here you go:

First and last one are Still Life shots from my appartment, the middle one […]

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 […]


the film rolls from a scout event will still take some time to be developed. In the meanwhile I want use the time to show some old material.
Hamburg - Harbour

I love Hamburg.

more lost pictures

I sold my Pentax ME on ebay, and I found out that there is still a roll film in it. It was shot during the Trip to Brasil with the Scouts.
The good camera got dropped into Saltwater and afterwards fell into the sand, so it was really dead. I cleaned it up as good as […]

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 […]