Sunday, October 26, 2008

BERLIN, GERMANY. (October 2008). The night skyline of Berlin as seen from the rooftop terrace of the Reichstag, with the recognizable TV Tower rising in the distance. Picture available for sale as prints, stock, cards and wall art. Original photo properties: Olympus E-410 dSLR, Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm lens at 23mm (46mm, 35mm equivalent), Manfrotto Tundra NGTT1 tripod, 3-second mirror lock, manual focus and exposure via LiveView, matrix metering, 25s f8, ISO 100, 3408 x 2556 pixels (after crop), RAW.


  1. This is simply breathtaking!! Thank you SO much for sharing.


  2. You're welcome, Elizabeth. Thanks for stopping in.

  3. I have to ask, after seeing your photographs taken in so many different countries.

    How do you get about? Do you work for an airline company or are you of independent means that allows so much travel?

    Thank you for all these wonderfull photographs. You have earned tohe right to call yourself a photographer.

  4. Working for an airline company would be kinda sweet, but unfortunately that isn't the case. Truth is, I'm part student and part travel photographer, and basically struggling at both. I'm not complaining, this is a good life, but finances being what they may be, I'll be back at a "real" job by next summer, recessionary economy permitting.

    As for all of the travel, I guess being well-located in Europe helps. Also, the money I scraped together in the years I worked before coming back to school contributes, too. It seems like many people buy houses and SUV's with their savings; I happened to choose school and travel. Call me weird.

    The pictures you see from Berlin were taken as part of a class field trip which my university generously paid for. I guess you take opportunities wherever you can find them.

    So there you go, more information than you were looking for, I'm sure. But I sincerely thank you for the kind compliment and continuing to log in to my little slice of cyberspace. (And if you have any newspaper or magazine editor friends in need of stock photos, please, spread the word!)


  5. Thank you so much for your answer.
    All the best