High Dynamic Range
The sources for the following outline of National Socialism in Lithuania can be found in the included links, well documented without a doubt. Many scientists worldwide have carefully revised this dark chapter in human history - whether for Germany, France, Lithuania, etc. Based on these facts, the number of those who embrace the repulsive ideas of the National Socialists of the 20th century should be reduced, even in the current information age.
The HDR display technology is primarily intended to compensate for the restricted dynamic ranges of digital sensors. If subjects have very bright and at the same time very dark areas, the details in the (overexposed) bright and (underexposed) dark areas disappear with a single shot. Just think of the window flooded with daylight, which - when properly lit - makes the surrounding objects disappear in the dark. With HDR technology, multiple shots of a subject with different exposure values are now taken and then offset by software so that the structures are retained in all areas.
The Principality of Moldova, founded in the 14th century, reached its cultural heyday in the 15th century under the province of Stephen the Great. Stephan cleverly managed to assert himself against Hungarian, Polish and Ottoman expansionist desires and he promised to build a religious building for every victory. His successes over Hungary, Poland and Turks finally led to the construction of over 40 churches and at the same time to the largest expansion of the Principality of Moldova in the areas of what is now Romania, Moldova (Republick Moldau) and Ukraine.
What happens when camera technology advances? One would prefer to visit all former photo motifs again to take technically better photos. Well, that played a role in the second photo trip to the Loire castles in France. After we had recorded the first series on Fuji film with a Nikon F90x in 1996 and later digitized it with a Nikon Coolscan V-scanner, we went along the river Loire in spring 2017 again, now equipped with with a Nikon D810 and a Nikkor 24-20mm /f2.8 lenses.
4th place in the Photo Competition of the photo practice 2012 with the topic "High Dynamic Range Photography". The photo was taken from 4 photos and shows the sunset over the village Liesberg in Hennef, North Rhine-Westphalia. Lamera Nikon D 800, lens: Nikkor 24 - 70 mm / f / 2.8