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Learn how to pyramide at the Louvre (Paris)


1) Both legs on the cubes (for security reasons) – 2) Fingers or hands to point the pyramid


3) No high-heels, no flip-flops , shoes with good grip welcome.4) Smile please.


5) No restrictions on headgear . 6) Only one arm allowed to pyramide.


7) Men allowed, precedence to women. Pictures shot in front of the Louvre museum Paris on a warm sunset with D800 + 70-200 mm VR-II


The secret beauty of Aargau: Jurapark and its trails

If you live in Zurich, you have been told of Canton Aargau because of 3 of 5 Swiss nuclear power plants and white socks.  But… there is much more, like the Jurapark Aargau! All the following pictures shot in the region of Thalheim, where vineyards and cherry trees decorate the lovely countryside.






All pictures shot with Nikon D800 plus 70-200 f/2.8 – click to enlarge and enjoy the misty landscapes.

Humans of Amsterdam (in the rain)

When the weather turns bad in Amsterdam, hop on a 2-hour boat-tour, mount your 70-200 mm and watch how humans in Amsterdam survive the heavy rain.

Different points of view


Shadows with bike and umbrella




Too fast and too furious


Working day at the docks


Relaxing day at the docks

All pictures shot with my (water proof ?) D800 – click to magnify!

D800 .JPG compression vs RAW/NEF (vs Vignette control ON ?)


Once upon a time, on a very foggy winter day I shot a picture with a D800 plus 70-200 mm VR II f/2.8 to the far distant lake bridge (small insert 100% cropped). Once home I worked on brightness and contrast and … the JPG version (set to maximum quality) showed its weakness. Or was it the Vignette control ON? I doubt it works on the centre of the picture. So, keep in mind the power of RAW files in difficult light conditions.


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