Hi there and welcome to my site!
My name is Karsten and I am a German based photographer and designer.
After a few years participating on flickr I wanted to have my own photoblog and that was the start of this site in 2009. Sharing my photography to the world from my own place on the interwebs.
Taking photos started early for me. During my childhood I discovered my passion for photography. Film it was those days. I started with a Canon camera and switched later on to Nikon. Being a loyal Nikonian for many, many years. Still owning my trusty old Nikon F3.
Going digital happened late for me. I waited for the technology to become better and, you might guess it, more affordable. My first digital camera was a Nikon Coolpix 950 S, S for slow and small number of megapixels. I remember that I bought my first DSLR in 2006, a Nikon of course.
These days I don’t care so much about the brand of camera. It’s the quality that I want form a camera or the versatile and convenient package like the iPhone, which is a wonderful camera as well.
Excerpts from the comments ...
- Fantastische Aufnahme, diese Schärfe ist gigantisch.Karin
- The solitary bird projects both freedom and loneliness in the vast sky, powerful image.Suze
- Beautiful color and detail.Kala
- Bright colors put a smile on my face, thank you!Linda
- I just started following your Tumblog and I just wanted to say that the quality of your photos is quite something, especially for iPhone photography!endofdaysphoto
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Who is the other guy in the photo?
As you can see my fellow is a Rhodesian Ridgeback – named Umgani.
If you are interested in dogs in general or in Rhodesian Ridgebacks in particular than you may want to visit Umgani’s page.
Thanks for stopping by.