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Hermann Einemann
Hermann Einemann
Rethymnon - Crete- Greece
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Hermann and Chico

My first camera I got in 1960.

Without any auto-focus, exposure meter or automated facilities. F-stop and shutter time to be adjusted manually, speed to be estimated.

This way, one learns from the ranks.

Meanwhile things have changed. Until April of 2003 I used several analogue Nikon models, most recently an F 5 which can expose 8 shots per second to fill the film within 4.5 seconds.

It took the lab however several days to develop the film with its up to 36 shots.

Rethymnon: Port and Town (152 mm)
Rethymnon: Visit by the Maxim Gorki

This was reason enough to change towards digital methods, replacing the F 5 body by a D 200 + since May 2015 upgraded with the D 7200, which are able to save 'jpeg' and 'raw' formats as well, by only one action.

Just plug the 2 x 64 GBytes chips to the camera and save from 120 up to 4,400 shots. Then transfer them to the PC or dismiss them.

Who in addition has some training with digital photo processing using Adobe Photoshop, can do most crazy things. Without rotting chemicals or dark room. Noone could figure out this in the years before.

During my job education, the most interesting time was the special training for crime scene photography at the German Federal Bureau of Criminology in Wiesbaden. There I also learned the details from macro photography to illumination.

Digital alienation
4 dogs

My flat I currently share with 13 parrots and 4 dogs.

Hermann Einemann
Hermann Einemann
P.O. Rethymnon 2 Box 550
GR - 74100 Rethymnon
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Slide show # 1
Original shot in the SkyPark
Original shot in the SkyPark
Slide show # 2
Ida massif: View from North-West
Ida massif: View from North-West
Slide show # 3
Rethymnon: Visit by the Maxim Gorki
Rethymnon: Visit by the Maxim Gorki
Slide show # 4
Hermann and Chico
Hermann and Chico
Slide show # 5
The White Mountains
The White Mountains

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