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Optimal photography of stars: Polarstern and Milky Way

Clear skies and the lights of the big cities are far away. There are still some good places for razor-sharp night photos of distant stars and glowing meteorites. Those who have found such a place should have the right equipment and know how to transform the breathtaking events on the nightly screen into impressive pictures. […]

Camera tripod – Exposure without blurring: Tripod or monopod

Many photographic situations require longer exposure times. A good tripod is a useful tool for those who are looking for a safe position for their camera. But there are tripods for different purposes and in all possible shapes, sizes and weights. It is not only important to use a suitable tripod for shooting, you also […]

Portrait photography: Light, shadow and colour conditions around the main motif must be right

The famous painter Rubens knew this as well as photographers do today: the high art of pictorial representation are portraits. Technically there are different tricks in modern camera times, in order to set faces with successful portrait photography advantageously in scene. Portrait photography – Only the literal moment Light and shadow, the background and special […]

Lenses for Sports Photography: Sharp Images Without Noise

In sports photography, the choice of lens is crucial. For cameras, compromises are possible and there are many features that are optimal, but not a must. A good lens for sports photography has significantly fewer criteria, but these must be fulfilled for good shots. Good lens for sports photography: What to look out for? The […]

Landscape Photography – Tips for the optimal landscape photo

Landscape photography often gives the impression that it is very simple, but at home it usually shows that the shots you were so enthusiastic about are not so impressive. The disappointment is then understandably great. Here you will find tips so that you are still enthusiastic about your results at home. Landscape photography: With 6 […]

Focal length and lens – When do I use which lens?

The focal length is probably the most technically difficult term to explain when photographing and the better the explanation is, the less most people understand what it is about. It defines the distance of a focal point by collecting the rays from the main plane of the photo lens, where the rays arrive parallel to […]