Digital Seeing Hearing Understanding.
Shore and Woodwork
by Uwe Heimburger
At least once a year I am here in this area - sandy high coast at the baltic sea. It doesn’t look that nice and inviting but I like it.
I study the environment. Broken trees skidded down. Wheather beaten. Light with slight yellow tint. I have time. Walkstool with me for relaxed work sitting under the natural studio sky.
Days later I process the pictures with my favorite raw converter Capture One Pro. From the first moment it's apparent to me. In this case I just have to soften most images to get the feeling of smooth texture transported to the beholder. Exactly the opposite of going sharp like many people often strive for. And they fail with getting oversharpened pictures without transporting emotions.
It's end of March 2018 and it’s cold. But my softshell trousers, jacket and gloves with removeable caps easily keep me warm. If there were people passing, they surely wouldn’t see what I see ...
Pictures made with K-1 • DFA28-105WR on Tripod.