Fujinon 10-24mm

Day 1 and 2 with the Fujinon 10-24mm on the X-T10.
The pictures are cropped, but I didn’t correct any perspective distortion.

Wildt'sches Haus

Wildt’sches Haus
Rosshof

Rosshof

Museum der Kulturen

Museum der Kulturen
Münster

Münster

Very pleased by the amazing quality – which David Hobby had vouched for.
Basically a lens for people who are too lazy to make panorama shots ;P

What I wasn’t expecting at all is how well it handles close ups:
Münster choir

Designmuseum Danmark

Surprised by the beautiful exhibition Mindcraft15, curated by the design duo GamFratesi. Open until 31 January 2016.
Details on all the exhibits (in Milano, April 2015).
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Umspiral by Henrik Vibskov

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The Castaway by benandsebastian

Terroir by Edvard-Steenfatt
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Both rooms with lots of mirrors and very well lit, which made for great shadow play.
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In the same museum: Learning from Japan, open until 24 September 2017.
Lamps by Esben Klint, Kaare Klint, Mogens Koch, Tove & Edwald Kindt-Larsen
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Arken

Exhibitions at Arken:

Undine, Det Ny Teater, 1980: Replication of sketch for drop curtain, guache on paper

The nutcracker, the Royal Danish Theater, 1971: Flower Girls, textile

Left: Eva, faience
Right: Tivoli Night, 1981: Sketch for poster, gouache on paper

Affinity Photo: dodge tool

I was a huge Affinity Photo fan already, mainly because of the inpainting brush tool; today I learned about the dodge tool.

Creator and speaker of the nicely succint tutorial videos is James Ritson.

Dodge tool used on the highlights, at 50% opacity (photo Knibbelsbro Copenhagen):

More subtle, at 25% opacity (photo UB Basel):