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Behind The Lens

Location
It is the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart (Germany)
Time
The photo was taken in the late afternoon.
Lighting
The sky was cloudy. The sun was already low on the horizon.
Equipment
I used a tripod and graduated filters to even out the contrast differences.
Inspiration
The special architecture of this building inspired me to take this picture. Through the special perspective I tried to emphasize the special features of the construction.
Editing
The necessary adjustments in terms of exposure, contrast and gradation curves were made in Lightroom. The black and white conversion and post-processing of the sky was done in Photoshop.
In my camera bag
My camera bag is always packed for the respective application (macro, landscape or architecture). Definitely my two camera bodies Olympus OM-D E-M1 and PEN-F are. In addition, the following lenses: M.Zuiko 12-40 / 2.8, Zuiko 9-18 / 4.0 M.Zuiko 75/18, M.Zuiko Macro 60 / 2.8, Leica APO Macro Elmarit R 100 / 2.8, M:Zuiko 40-150/2.8 Pro and other equipment depending on the application such. B. Macro carriage Nodalpointadapter, filter sets etc.
Feedback
I let myself in such premises still a lot of time to take in the surroundings on me. Seeking often for interesting perspectives and try a lot of. Over time, then come other ideas. Often I make the best photos at the end, just as the present.

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