We put a photography exhibition, our first one. It is about more or less hidden corners and angles of view of the little church in Sulzbach (Taunus).
It was an interesting experience and we had overwhelming positive feedback. The people liked it and the Blurb photobook we created to have something outlasting the exhibition was ordered 10 times yet.
As you can see we put the photographs (printed 20×30cm) in passepartouts (40×50cm) and directly on the black cloth we used to cover the walls. It looked great. Much better than I expected. As we did not use frames, the passepartouts bent round a little bit, but not too much. Michael from Fotopodcast.de interviewed me asking me for my experiences. The podcast episode will come out, soon.
Have a look at the book at Blurb if you are interested in the photographs. They are all there.
Update: The fotopodcast episode is released now.
The “Eppsteiner Fototage” (Photography Days of Eppstein organized by the local photography group happened last weekend. We had a huge amount of great photos, it is a pity that we only had the chance to show them only two days and we did not create any book or exhibition catalogue.
Here is one of the press’ voices: http://www.eppsteine … d=3793&q=archiv
I personally only presented one of my photos for the main topic “Colors of the Year” and I did not have a wall for a little personal exhibition as I was away (on vacation) during the preparation.
The next photography days of Eppstein will happen in two years. Looking forward to it!
Update: Here another link: http://www.eppsteine … d=3806&q=archiv
I had a Holux M-241 (I link the german website as the holux.com website uses too much Flash and is slow) GPS Logger which is a nice device but stopped working in January.
Last week I returned it and buyed a new one: Holux GPSport 245. I got it last week, but the USB chip didn’t work. So I returned the device again and I am waiting for a new, working one.
Today I got a parcel from the GPS vendor. Content: Trousers. United Colors Of Benetton. “At least not completely useless”, a collegue said. Not sure if she meant this in comparison with the GPS…
There is only one advantage of the daylight saving time: I have the chance to see the sunrise twice in spring and fall. Just as the sun rises too early for me to see it on my way to work, we put our clock one hour forward. Same in fall, just as the mornings are too dark, we put hour clock one hour back.
It is interesting how the position of the sun changes. The “greener” panorama was shot in september, 2008. The other one as the two images above, too a few weeks ago. Same same but different, as the people in Thailand are used to say. Same time, same place, different season.
I used different focal lengths also, as you can see. The upper one is made with the 14mm wide angle lens.
More of my way to work in my gallery.
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No, no kidding. If it wouldn’t be so sad, it would be very funny.