I have been doing this quite intensely for a while, but I gave it up years ago. Several aerial pictures, but "ground" pictures as well, from the 1980s show how it was for me back then. Since we flew to the North Sea islands quite frequently there are also some "atmospheric" pictures of beaches. (Text in German, menu in English.)
I had done that as a teenager but had given it up in 1969. After a 30 years hiatus I started to do it again in 1999, also as a surrogate for "real" (full-size) flying, and keep doing it.
Reviews of my models, flight simulators, and R/C equipment. Download of my numerous "virtual" models for the REFLEX XTR² simulator as well as calculations of models and their electric drives. (Text mostly in German, but important pages and all menus even in English.)
When I was 18 years old I started photographing on journeys and trips. That was photographing on film, of course. Here I tell (in English) how it was back then and show the best pictures I shot "casually" on journeys.
In 2005, it had been discussed and tried how to make panorama pictures for flight simulator sceneries. My experiences are summarized here (again in English).
Our Garden in Friedberg in 2005
The rented house in Friedberg had a beautiful and "near-natural" garden. From May till November before we moved out, I shot a panorama picture every month and additionally some wide-angle pictures of the house in September. (Text in German, menu in English.)
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