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  • The Stunning Night View of Hong Kong by Sony A7 x Petzval Lens

    The Stunning Night View of Hong Kong by Sony A7 x Petzval Lens
    Have you ever imagined combining the Sony A7 with the Petzval Art Lens? Allow bokeh-speckled night shots taken with this dynamic duo amaze you.
  • Chill Through the Window

    Chill Through the Window
    I'm not a big fan of autumn and I love it when winter finally comes. You know that feeling when you go outside and you can literally smell winter is coming and that snow is near - well, I live for those moments.
  • Building A DIY Slide Light

    Building A DIY Slide Light
    Had your slides processed normally and mounted, but have no way to view it? Try this DIY light box project dedicated to your sweet slides!
  • Solo Photowalk Routes: Running Up Anski Vrh

    Solo Photowalk Routes: Running Up Anski Vrh
    I admit it. I'm an introvert. But that doesn't mean I don't like company or that I don't like to socialize. It just means that I cherish my alone time.
  • Finding Color on the Blue Ridge Parkway

    Finding Color on the Blue Ridge Parkway
    The Sprocket Rocket and Lomo LC-A are great companions for a drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway to find some color in the landscape of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, North Carolina.
  • The Soul of Lisbon in Alfama

    The Soul of Lisbon in Alfama
    Portas do Sol, meaning “doors of the sun” or “the sun’s gateway”, is a big balcony that opens onto the river Tejo, offering astonishing views over Lisboa.
  • Lakatnik, Bulgaria: Rocky Landscapes and Steep Slopes in the Heart of the Balkan Mountains

    Lakatnik, Bulgaria: Rocky Landscapes and Steep Slopes in the Heart of the Balkan Mountains
    A quiet place with a lot of breathtaking views and steep slopes to climb on your day off - at just one hour ride away from the capital Sofia, Bulgaria.
  • The Dingle Turns 100

    The Dingle Turns 100
    The Dingle Memorial Tower is a large, four-sided, slightly-tapered structure situated in a prominent location on a knoll, overlooking the shores of the North West Arm of Halifax in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. On Natal Day this year, we went and explored the Tower and its beautiful surroundings to celebrate its 100th birthday.
  • Don't Hesitate, Just Come: Namsan Seoul Tower

    Don't Hesitate, Just Come: Namsan Seoul Tower
    On New Year's Day in Korea, I went to Namsan Seoul Tower. Usually I never go to a place that is near me, but when I started shooting with films, I started to go around, place to place, and while Namsan Seoul Tower should have been the first place I visited, I went there last instead. This is Namsan with multi-exposures, enjoy! :)
  • The Smith Tower: The Cage at the Top of Seattle

    The Smith Tower: The Cage at the Top of Seattle
    The Smith Tower in Seattle hasn't been able to claim the title of "tallest skyscraper on the west coast" for 50 years, but this 38-storey neoclassical office tower is still worth a visit. Since the first 34 floors are private offices, and the top three floors are for private residence, your visit will include the lobby, the elevator, and The Chinese Room on the 35th floor.
  • Westminster: The Most London-y View of London!

    Westminster: The Most London-y View of London!
    I love London because there is so much to see and do and photograph there. At every corner there is something worthy of a frame or two, but my favourite place to capture photos is when I exit from the Westminster tube station. Read on to find out why.
  • Victoria and Alfred Hotel, Cape Town

    Victoria and Alfred Hotel, Cape Town
    A hotel with the best ever view you could possibly ever wish for. While preparing for going to Cape Town, I obviously wanted to stay somewhere with a Table Mountain view. It is called such because of the clouds rolling across the top of the mountain, which looks like a table cloth. A lot of the hotels advertised "partial Table View", but in reality, you would have to hang out by the window with the possibility of a broken neck to see even a glimpse of this majestic mountain.
  • Ka'iwa Ridge Trail

    Ka'iwa Ridge Trail
    This trail located in Kailua offers amazing views of Oahu and also has some WWII history. High above the neighborhood of Kailua, Oahu, Hawai'i better known as "Lanikai" lies a trail that the locals like to call as "Pillboxes". It is a group of three battlements along Ka'iwa Ridge.
  • The Prospect of Whitby Pub

    The Prospect of Whitby Pub
    The oldest riverside inn in the UK, The Prospect of Whitby was founded in 1522 and is the UK's oldest surviving riverside inn. The original flagstone floor survives and the pub also has a rare pewter-topped bar as well as old barrels and ship masts built into the structure. Most areas of the pub have spectacular views over the River Thames, including the beer garden and first floor balcony and terrace.
  • 30 Weeks, 30 Cams: Week 3, Revueflex-B

    30 Weeks, 30 Cams: Week 3, Revueflex-B
    This is a review of the camera used for week 3 of the "30 Weeks, 30 Cams" series. The camera a, Revueflex-B, is nothing but a Zenit-B sold by a German department store chain under another name. Read on how I got this SLR camera produced in Russia and how it handles.
  • Wes Anderson From Above

    Wes Anderson From Above
    A Vimeo user has ingeniously created a short, featuring shots from a variety of Wes Anderson films. What's so compelling about this? They are all 'shots from above', from a bird's-eye view, and are super-short in duration. Most feature hands, or paws, flipping pages, or picking up things. The vibrant colors, and piano accompaniment add to this beautiful homage.
  • My Most Memorable Travel Escapade in 2011

    My Most Memorable Travel Escapade in 2011
    My most memorable travel escapade in 2011 was a one-week hike through the Alps. I grew up in the south of Germany and my parents always took me to the Alps. They love to walk and I didn't. Now I live far away from from those huge mountains, in a medium-sized city. I actually started to miss them.
  • Le Saut du Loup restaurant, Paris

    Le Saut du Loup restaurant, Paris
    One of the most spectacularly located restaurants in the entire world. It was our last few hours in Paris, and we were desperate to dine somewhere around the Louvre. But it had to be a place which served Pomerol wine, there were no doubts about that. I didn't know why, but my partners did insist on that.
  • NYC: On the Top of the Rock with My Diana Mini!

    NYC: On the Top of the Rock with My Diana Mini!
    Hunting in NYC is very inspiring. During one week, we went on a hunt for clothes, shoes, bags, good bakeries, wool, books, new interesting trends...we couldn't leave Manhattan without having seen a view, then, we went on the top of the Rockefeller Center because it is where you can have the best view of the Empire State, Central Park and all the different boroughs of NYC. The day was sunny, there was snow everywhere, and the light was delightful.
  • The Banff Gondola Mountaintop Experience

    The Banff Gondola Mountaintop Experience
    In Banff and looking for something do to? Get the heck away from that tacky souvenir shop and find your way to the Banff Gondola. Get on to Mountain Avenue and follow the Gondola/Hot Springs signs. Soon enough you'll be elevated 698m to the summit (2281m above sea level), and the view will take your breath away (the thin air also helps with that).