photography by

lars kretschmer

Index

People & Portraits
People & Portraits
Sport Photography
Sport Photography
Nature
Nature
Animals
Animals
Food & Beverage
Food & Beverage

Drone Pictures
Drone Pictures
Buildings
Buildings
Localities
Localities
Transportation
Transportation
Business
Business

Sports photography

Sport photography
Sport photography

Sports photography is about sharing a moment, an instant in time. It captures the intensity of sports competition, and freezes a eeting moment.

It relies on the talent and creativity of the photographers, as well as on the technical advances that make it possible to capture those ephemeral events and depict them as accurately as possible.

 

(www.stillmed.olympic.org)

 

Impressions of Fuerteventura - Video

Fuerteventura – the “Oldie” amongst the Canary Islands.

The first steps in the creation of Fuerteventura have been made some 250 million years ago, however its rise above the water surface dates from about 23 million years ago, which makes it the oldest island of the Canaries. Here is its story with the then occurring general geologic and climate conditions on our planet. The duration of the geologic periods have been rounded to accommodate reading. At the end of each period you will get suggestions to visit remnants of the described locations and geologic events.

(www.spiritoffuerteventura.com)

Sunrise Atlantic Ocean
Sunrise Atlantic Ocean

nature

noun (life)

 

The existing system of things; the universe of matter, energy, time and space; the physical world; all of creation. Contrasted with the world of mankind, with its mental and social phenomena.

Nature photography records all branches of natural history except anthropology and archaeology. This includes all aspects of the physical world, both animate and inanimate, that have not been made or modified by humans.

Griesela

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Griesela Manufaktur in Bensheim

Tradition - design - sustainability. These are the basic values of Griesela. We want to manufacture the best possible products for you from the best possible materials, in a timeless design and in a sustainable way. And all of that #ProudlyMadeInBensem

www.griesela-manufaktur.de

 

 

The highest form of intelligence

is the ability to observe 

without evaluating.

Jiddu Krishnamurti

 

People and Portrait Photography 

 

People pictures fall into two categories: portraits and candid. Either can be made with or without your subject's awareness and cooperation.

Get Closer

The most common mistake made by photographers is that they are not physically close enough to their subjects. In some cases this means that the center of interest—the subject—is just a speck, too small to have any impact. Even when it is big enough to be decipherable, it usually carries little meaning. Viewers can sense when a subject is small because it was supposed to be and when it's small because the photographer was too shy to get close.Don't be shy. If you approach people in the right way, they'll usually be happy to have their picture made. It's up to you to break the ice and get them to cooperate. Joke around with them. Tell them why you want to make the picture. Practice with people you know so that you are comfortable; people can sense when you aren't.

Settings—The Other Subject

The settings in which you make pictures of people are important because they add to the viewer's understanding of your subject. The room in which a person lives or works, their house, the city street they walk, the place in which they seek relaxation—whatever it is, the setting provides information about people and tells us something about their lives. Seek balance between subject and environment. You may want to make photographs of people going about their business—vendors in a market, a crowd at a sports event, the line at a theater. You don't want them to appear aware of the camera. Many times people will see you, then ignore you because they have to concentrate on what they are doing. 

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