I just added a bunch of fairly random pictures to the newly created gallery with the matching name “Miscellaneous”. I will put stuff there that has no real home.
I hope you still like whats in there
Just a quick update on whats coming up:
- Probably tomorrow: Pictures from last weeks small showoff at the Lamborghini dealership
- After the weekend: Photos from the Seasonopening / Oldtimermeet at the Meilenwerk as well as the opening of the Ferrari/Maserati/Harley Davidson dealership right there
- Mid-May: “Cars&Coffee” Stuttgart
- Mid-June: Ferrari Testarossa Meet Stuttgart
- Late-June: Carpassion Meet Bodensee
As promised this update contains my pictures from Geneva. It was quite crowed considering it was press-only, but I think I managed to get some nice pictures anyway! Have fun going through the gallery!
Oh and some of my pics were published on Jalopnik.com in various articles during and after Geneva, as I teamed up with those guys for this show.
And as promised, here are some picture from my latest trip to the Meilenwerk. I just got the 30/1,4 and had to test it somewhere.. so.. what better place right around the corner than that?
The next update will either be some more results of toying around with either of the new Sigmas during February, or a potentially bigger one in march, when I get back from the Geneva Autoshow!
Oh an btw: Feel free to leave comments, thats what that feature is there for .
In this short update I just want to let you know about some changes in my gear:
I liked the quality the 50/1,8 delivered for the money, but I just couldn’t get warm with the focal lenght. The 30/1,4 is the direct replacement for that and I really like it so far. I was lacking a telelens ever since I sold my 75-300. And was looking into something with maybe a little bit better aperture or stabilizer, or in a perfect world both, but that comes at a price I can’t really afford right now, so I went for a compromise and got the Sigma 100-300/4. And because this is some seriously heavy glass now (~1,45kg / 3,2lbs), I obtained a Cullmann Monopod for simple support.
Also: A new couple of pictures from the Meilenwerk taken with the Sigma 30/1,4 will be online soon, so stay tuned!
to my new website. From now on I will post and upload my photo from trips, events or other occasions here. I hope you like and enjoy them. I am starting with this picture above, showing the sunset over San Marcos, TX, taken at Harris Hill Road. More pictures from Texas are in the according gallery.