Edit: infoclio's videos of the final presentations are online. tl;dr: Keep yourself free of obligations on the actual days of the event. This year's Swiss Open Cultural Data Hackathon #GLAMhack2016 was hosted by the Basel Universtiy Library, I was responsible for the logistics. Luckily I didn't know beforehand how much work it would be - …
Comparison of different Fujinon lenses on the X-T10. For a comparison to the X100s see Angle of view, for the macro extension tubes see MCEX-11 and MCEX-16, for more comparison pictures of the 100-400mm with the 1.4 converter see Fujinon 100-400mm. On the pictures: Botanical Garden and University Library, University of Basel.
Trying out strobist David Hobby's tip about textural lighting for detail shots. The wood: Tetraberlinia tubmaniana The plant: Syagrus romanzoffiana
Basel Zoo (again again), this time with the X-T10 and the 100-400mm, no tripod. Snow leopard Giraffe Wild boar Pelican Carmine bee-eater
Comparing the Fujinon 100-400mm without and with the teleconverter XF1.4X, on a tripod. Pictured: Kraftwerk Birsfelden, built 1953/54 by Hans Hofmann. At 100mm: At 400mm: Mittlere Brücke in Basel, seen from Johanniterbrücke, very windy weather. At 400mm: At 100mm:
Affinity Photo's haze removal filter. Working flawlessly.
Evening light over Basel, captured with the photo option of the DJI Phantom 3 pro.
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. Above: Rosshof, built 1984-87 by Naef, Studer und Studer. Wildt'sches Haus, built 17627/63 by Johann Jakob Fechter for Jeremias Wildt-Socin. Museum der Kulturen Münster Very pleased by the amazing quality - which David …
WPY 2015 shown in Basel until April 3, 2016. Below: Still life by Edwin Giesbers. See more of his work at edwingiesbers.com.