Last weekend we went to Tata with my pals. Tata called a city of water - because the town has two lakes and many creeks and brooklets. I made a lot of pictures, but they are best expressed the feeling.
I visited my parents, who live near Balaton Lake. The night was windy and clear. I took this photo with 30mp exposure. On the picture the water is very smooth. The next day the wind is blown, but there were many clouds in the sky. I used a polarized filter to took this picture.
Today is hot again. Few weeks ago I bought a Pentax K-x. It's smaller but more sensitive that Canon 20D. I shot some pictures about the half Moon with my new camera. If you opened this picture in a new window (and enlarge it) can you see the chromatic aberration on the right side of the Moon. I can't reduce it, because the refractor doesn't have aperture control.
You can see the hot waves dance in this short video (of course it's made with K-x too):
One of my customer needs a short film about Kispest (19th district of Budapest). He'd like to use this video in his presentations. I think: usualy nobody likes the first pages of a presentation, I must create spectacular video, without any narration. I give them just an impression.
I have a 900mm refractor - it's a simple telescope with two lenses. I bought a T2/EOS adapter on the eBay , and I installed it to the refractor.
Few days ago I couldn't sleep. The Moon was very bright. I went to the garden and shoot some pictures about the Moon. The full Moon doesn't have much shadows - and we can see the craters, mountains only on the darker side.
The simple lens has a little chromatic abberration - blue border on the right side.
I convert the image in BW - it's highlights of the Moon shapes.