Instagram - a new way to go

The end of cropping your images or bracketing them in annoying whitespaces. Today Instagram dropped the tyranny of the square! Ever since my very first post on instagram there was something I wasn't quite happy about. Whenever I had an amazing panoramic view or just a beautiful landscape I wanted to share with you guys there was the limit of the 1:1 aspect ratio. Sometimes it really freaked me out. I spent so much time and effort on getting the right composition in my 3:2 images. It was so hard to get over this and to crop them down. Some of you may have used different apps putting some white or black borders around it in order to keep that kind of portrait or landscape image and not having

Location scouting

The biggest task today was definitely not to overhear my phone trying to wake me up at 4:10 am this morning!! The schedule for today was to find a nice location from where I could take some awesome sunrise shots. I've actually never heard of the castle I was heading for. After doing some research the day before I found out that this old ruine called 'Wegelnburg' near Nothweiler in Germany was even the highest castle in palatinate, which made me quite curious to be honest. As for that I got into car driving past several little villages and leaving some really narrow roads behind me. After parking my car along a street directly at the border to France I found myself trying to find the right tr

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