Since my last post about getting started with underwater photography I kept taking photos and almost always have my camera with me when I go diving. Here are some more photos from various dives.
Since I started diving three years ago I’ve used my GoPro every now and then on diving trips to shoot videos. While I really enjoy photography above water I so far was put off by the relatively high entry costs in underwater photography. This changed recently when, by chance, I could acquire an entry-level digital camera including water-proof housing and flash for a really good price.
Sometimes I just like to experiment with post-processing some otherwise pretty boring images. Here are some quite dark black&white shots with high contrasts from various places around the Harz (Lower-Saxony, Germany).
This post is more a travel recommendation than anything else. Iceland has always fascinated me with its rough and mostly untouched landscape and I promised myself to definitely go there some time. Last year finally was that time. 😀
Below you’ll find a small selection of photos to give you an impression of the island.
Not far from where I live there’s an old industrial laoding station which, judging from its current state, has been decomissioned quite some time ago. It’s a nice place for lost-place-photography. In some photos you can see the owning company in the back.