For this weeks WordPress Photo Challenge.
A small peek into a living room.
Ed from “ilovehatephotography” did a comprehensive interview with me quite recently and we were talking about stuff like cine look, aspect ratio, gear of course and a little bit about…
For this weeks Weekly Photo Challenge.
Shot in Hamburg Hafencity in April this year with the gorgeous 75mm Summicron.
Part I. Part II. Part III.
Part I. Part II.
“Color Reel – The House On Pine Street” is a showcase of some great before and after color grading samples from the independent feature film “The House On Pine…
So, what makes that “cinematic” look? Most obvious is the different Aspect Ratio (AR) of course. While the classic 35mm photography sticks to its 3:2 ratio ever since then, TV…
Another close-up is here: https://varietyoflight.wordpress.com/2014/11/07/prism/ Weekly Photo Challenge is here: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/shadowed/
The last one in this small series for now and all of them to view in the gallery here:
Harbour of Hamburg – shot for this weeks WordPress weekly photo challenge.
That festive illuminated St. Michael church in Hildesheim! Take care and have a good time, Herbert
For the WordPress weekly photo challenge.
Just watch this excellent documentary “The Changing Shape of Cinema: The History of Aspect Ratio” and you probably have learned everything you need to know about aspect ratio used in…
Green illuminated town-hall in Hamburg.
Illuminated office buildings in Hamburg, Hafencity.
Lonely gas station in Hamburg, Hafencity. Shot handheld with Sony A7 and 35mm f2.8. Color grading techniques applied during post processing.
One year blogging on Variety Of Light: Learning photography (again) and hopefully finding a style on my very own someday – that’s what I’m still up to. I’ll continue to…
A different kind of “street photography”.
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