Great Thunberg is badass!
The whole strange year in one big entry.
I managed to catch up a little with my photos: here are 159 exposures from 2020.
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Chrome will try out letting users subscribe to RSS feed right in the browser.
This is a welcome experiment, after all main browsers removed RSS-related features in recent years. I wish they came back. It’d be great if RSS feeds were surfaced via a consistent UI and the ability to easily subscribe to feeds without the need for additional software (at least to get started).
I don’t have high hopes, though.
KEKS LENS kodak lens 30mm f/10 keks lens is a lens recycle from disposable camera and transform it to a body cap lens. it could be one of the best weapon for street photography. The Fixed aperture and focus free makes sure you can capture the moments you want. (Available in LEICA M, L39, FUJIFILM X, SONY E MOUNT) www.instagram.com/keks_lens/
Interesting lens. Only 30 USD. Here’s a review. Tempted to just order one.
file perusal filter for crt viewing of compressed text
Command discovery of the day:
zless – for directly viewing zipped text files. Now I can stop manually
lessing server log files like an idiot.
I’ve reviewed a whole load of the new crop of shoe mount light meters recently. I’ve liked something about all of the meters I’ve tried too.
This will probably come in handy one day!
Noch vor fünf Jahren führten Diana Knigge und Phillip Alexander Schubert, beide Mitte 40, ein Leben im sogenannten Wohlstand: eigenes Café, schickes Auto und...
Ein Paar aus Ratingen lebt und reist seit 5 Jahren im Wohnmobil. Gute Idee, wie ich finde!
This is the story of the birth of the web, its loss of innocence, its decline, and what we can do to make it a bit less gross. Or if you prefer, this is the video in which I say the expression “barbecue sets” far too many times.
Not your usual explanation of the history of the web and the IndieWeb.
Meetings with friends and family. And some impressions of Düsseldorf.
Finally finishing 2019.
First photos with my new Rollei 35 S. A concert. A demonstration. And everything in between.
I shall not fall behind more than one year! My photo selection for November 2019.
Back to “normal” life.
The holiday month. Photos of various stops in the alps. But mainly street photographs from Venice.
Mit der Petition wird die Durchführung einer Studie zum "Racial Profiling" bei den Polizeibehörden des Bundes und der Bundesländer gefordert.
A family gathering near Brussels, commuting photos and the usual documentation.
📷 “August 2019” is now up in the Photo Journal: http://photojournal.danielpietzsch.com/2019/August. 📷
Desperately trying to catch up… ;-)
June was lovely with its long and sunny days. This one includes a few frames from around home, but mainly from our long-weekend camping trip to Holland.
IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf, our first camping trip this year, and all the other bits in between.
The first month living in the new neighbourhood. And so this post contains shots around there, at home, and of course random shots in between, which is the result of me taking my cameras everywhere I go.
March was a mixed bag. I was doing lots of trips back and forth between Ratingen and Düsseldorf, preparing the move into our new apartment. Plus, I started a new/old job again, being busy working full time again.
A tiny bit of street photography again.
More posts in my previous blog. Or you can browse the photo journal.