There should be a hamburg / perle / austern joke here… but i can’t find it.
Something pleasing about the shapes, and the water surface texture.
Think we must coming to the end of this little flurry of posting. Time off over the new year gives my head time to breathe… and now im back to work. Until next time!
If you look closely you can see the grain. Wild. This is very reminiscent of a shot i took in Berlin:
Which is used in I Wrote This For You, and discussed on the “other” blog.
The final piece:
#genuary2022 blender geonodes pretending to be a friend’s photography style
reminds me of this Tokyo Hasselblad shot:
Obviously different, but there is more than a passing resemblance. Yes, you’re right – i should reprocess that and brighten it up a little. Thanks mentioning it.
Wanted to write about what Hamburg has done to my photography. To see if it was possible to define my “Hamburg School”, a parallel with the “Düsseldorf School“? A few hours later it would appear that i’m unequal to the task…
The basis of my Hamburg is interplay of water and light. Which sounds pretentious enough to form the basis of a school of photography. It also has the benefit of aligning well with what seems to draw my eye in recent years.
In the end there just isn’t enough to go any further. The idea remains out of reach, up around the bend.