Beauty – This week’s pictures show particularly aesthetic perspectives of nature. No matter whether human, plant or landscape, small pearls can be discovered everywhere. Two portraits of young women by Ralph Derksen Photography and Andreas Kortt show us grace and gentleness while Culture vs Nature by Robert Löhning or Desert shadow by Joachim Kopatzki Discover the beauty in the extremes.
But it can also be found in unexpected places: in the taste of a good coffee, which Rüdiger Linse gave us with his picture Roasting coffee on a wood fire 1 almost smells. Or in the shadow of the garden, where the sparks grow, with Oliver Oltmanns form follows function skillfully staged. Sometimes we find the aesthetics coincidental, like Carl-Peter Herbolzheimer his field hare in the ditch, who seems undecided whether he prefers to jump into the flowers or lie flat on the ground.
All pictures of this week summarized again in our picture series:
Technically: I worked here with a Sony A7iii together with a Mitakon 50 mm 0.95. Aperture 1.0 – 1.2, ISO 100, 1/1600 sec. The image is not cut.
Postprod: Postproduction took place in the LR using gradation curves and a color shift to the reddish hues. Katharina’s face doesn’t need any beauty retouching. ”
(Image: Ralph Derksen Photography)