You don't need to travel to take photographs. Sometimes it is enough to leave the house at the right time to admire the luminous landscapes and see amazing scenery. Here are photos from the area where I live. Enjoy the views!
The misty autumn mornings are delightful. The light and views are amazing!
Horses and morning fog - it's worth getting up in the morning to admire such views.
Drones give the opportunity to look in different directions. You can see what the area looks like when you look at it vertically from above. Total abstraction and nature - that's something I like!
A lonely tree in the field is one of my favorite photo subjects. I have been photographing this beautiful tree for over a dozen years. On the contact page, there is the same tree in a different perspective.
Yes, birds can attack drones - in my case I saw a bird of prey attack (he gave up at the last moment), often seagulls, pigeons or swallows fly very close and probably try to chase away the intruder. In such situations it is best to fly away quickly to avoid collision.
Below is a short video of the attack of a predatory bird on a drone
Sometimes it is worth looking at known places or situations from a different perspective to see something completely new. A plain forest seen from above turns into a natural abstraction.
Kleszczewo (formerly Kleszczewo Wielkie) - a village located in the north of Poland in the Pomeranian Voivodeship (Gdańsk County), by the road No. 222 from Gdańsk to Starogard Gdański.
Pictorialism is a trend in artistic photography from the turn of the century. The name pictorialism comes from the English word pictorial. The photos were not intended to be a simple recording of an image but an individual photographic work with painting features. Sometimes works in this style were called impressionist or subjective photography.
Panoramic photo of the morning landscape behind the house. View towards Tczew - on the horizon you can see the roofs of blocks of flats and a characteristic building: the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary Mother of the Church in Tczew.
I like photographing using a drone because it gives me the feeling of flying, and flying has always been my dream. The world looks amazing from above. It takes a completely different dimension. The ability to move the camera in all three planes gives you even more freedom.
September sunrise in my surroundings... I would like to have wings to fly above these forests and fields ...
The richness of nature, its forms, colors and shapes delight me at any time of the year. When we look at the forest from above in autumn, we see a slightly abstract natural mosaic composed of tree crowns in amazing colors - millions of fractals :-) it is a really interesting sight!
A real winter with snow and frost has come finally - as the media calls it: The Beast from the East. And very good because for the last few years we have missed such winter views.
The beginning of the year surprised with heavy snowfall and frost. This is the perfect opportunity to make classic winter pictures from a drone :-)
Winter at the beginning of spring - weather joke. Strong frost and snowfall turned the Kłodawa river valley into a fairy-tale winter picture.
Winter walk at the beginning of spring. Wandering in the surrounding forest is a perfect way to start the day.
What is the best camera in the world?You probably all know - of course the one you have with you. That's why sometimes the best one is on the phone :-)
I like watching nature - from every angle! #flyfromhome
An amazing spectacle in the sky at 1am - noctilucent clouds (NLC) over the Gdańsk Refinery. Silvery clouds are located in the mesosphere at an altitude of about 75-85 km and are the highest clouds that can be seen from Earth. They can be observed when the sun is 6 to 16 degrees below the horizon.
Comet C/2020 F3 - NEOWISE (Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer). This is the first comet I've seen live and I must admit that it's impressive. It is worth looking at the northern sky around midnight. You just have to hurry because at the beginning of August 2020 the comet will move away and you won't be able to see it without the telescope.
How to photograph a comet?
The camera should be mounted on a stable tripod and use the remote shutter release (e.g. from the application on the phone) or choose the option to delay the release of the shutter e.g. 5 or 8 seconds. This is very important because it prevents the camera from shaking. Focus is best set manually to the horizon. Parameters: aperture 2.8 or 4.0, ISO 800 or 1600, time from 4 to 8 seconds, focal length 80 mm. At longer times and at this focal length, the stars may be blurred.
Winter view of the Trąbki Wielkie (Big Trumpets) in Kociewie in northern Poland.
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