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In the last couple of years, I am fortunate to be able to travel quite a bit, something that I am enjoying a lot. Last year I was on a sailing trip in Turkey and at the end of that week I had some time left to spend in Istanbul. Before that I had never […]

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  • Reese Ha - November 18, 2016 - 13:53

    Stunning photos! I really enjoyed your work in Istanbul! 🙂

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    • Robin - November 18, 2016 - 14:03

      Thank you very much. 😉

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Last year when I was traveling to Israel I had the opportunity to also visit Jordan to see Petra, the ancient city built by the Nabataeans almost 2500 years ago. Since I was a kid and watched Indiana Jones I always wanted to go there and see this amazing place with my own eyes and finally I […]

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  • Steffen - November 2, 2016 - 08:56

    Toll!

    Alles Leica Q?

    Gruß

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    • Robin - November 2, 2016 - 09:46

      Hallo Steffen! Nein, diese gab es zu dem Zeitpunkt noch nicht. Alle Fotos mit der Sony A7s + Voigtländer 21/1.8.
      Zur Leica Q kommt in den kommenden Tagen ein Nachtrag zu meinem Review von letztem Jahr.

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  • Zach - Dezember 15, 2016 - 21:46

    I like quality of the backgrounds in these pictures, especially in the photo of the man in brown with red tassels standing on the cliff: the defocused background has a hazy, glassy quality to it that almost looks like film. Is this a quality of the lens, of the lighting, or what? Do you know?

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    • Robin - Dezember 15, 2016 - 23:13

      The shots are all taken with the Voigtländer 21/1.8 M-Mount lens on a Sony A7s. Love that lens!

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A couple of weeks ago a company called Shenzhen Dongzheng Optics approached me and offered me to test out their first ever SLR camera lens. I’ve never heard about Shenzhen Dongzheng Optics before, but since they were about to release a 35mm lens with an aperture of f/1.2, which they claimed would deliver very good […]

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I have thought about it for a while and finally I pulled the trigger and got my Olympus E-M1 converted to infrared. You may ask yourself why I did it and the reason is very simple… For my professional work I rely entirely on Sony gear since the E-Mount system fits my style of shooting […]

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  • david young - Juni 19, 2016 - 18:39

    what kind of WB/color temp do you use in LR and the Tint setting.

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    • Robin - Juni 20, 2016 - 08:35

      Hi David! Temp 2000 und Tint -80. I tried a custom profil but since I am converting to b/w it had no further benefits.

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