Technic
General
In the end getting good or less good pictures does not depend on camera or printing techniques. Nevertheless the different techniques used actually enable the styles or at least simplify them.

But:
Cameras (digital 24x36 mm)
 
  • Nikon* D800, D810
Cameras (digital < 24x36 mm)
 
  • Nikon* D3300
  • Sony* NEX-3, Xperia* X Compact (smartphone)
  • Motorola* RAZR i (smartphone) (discarded)
Cameras (analog 135 / 24x36 mm)
 
  • Nikon* F4s, FE2, L35AW AF
  • Rollei* 35S
Cameras (analog Medium Format 6x6, 6x7, 6x8, 6x9 cm)
 
  • Bronica* GS-1 [added in 2020]
  • Fuji* GX680 II [added in 2020]
  • Linhof* Technika 6x9 cm
  • Polaroid* Image (film production discontinued)
  • Seagull* 6x6 cm
Cameras (analog Large Format 9x12 cm, 4x5 '' )
 
  • Toyo* Toyo-View* 45G [added in 2021]
  • Frankenstein ZERO (based on Toyo* Toyo-View* 45G) [under construction in 2023]
  • Linhof* Technika* III (9x12 cm)
Cameras (analog Ultra Large Format > 8x10 '' )
 
  • Frankenstein ALPHA (<= 30x40 cm, based on Toyo* Toyo-View* 45G) [under construction in 2023]
  • Frankenstein BETA (<= 60x60 cm, based on Toyo* Toyo-View* 45G) [under construction in 2023+]
Lenses (analog 135 / 24x36 mm, digital 24x36 mm)
 
  • 11-500 mm + 1.4 / 2.0 converter + bellows / extension tubes + fisheye.
  • Since 2012 are the very most pictures are made with Nikon* Nikkor* 20mm,
    before with a Nikon* Nikkor* 24mm.
  • Nearly no zooms are used. Most lenses are manual Nikkor* AIS lenses.
Lenses (analog Medium Format 6x6, 6x7, 6x8, 6x9 cm)
 
  • 135 (24x36 mm) equivalent: 25-120mm.
Lenses (analog Large Format 9x12 cm, 4x5 '' and Ultra Large Format > 8x10 '')
 
  • For 9x12 cm, 4x5 '': 75-400mm (24x36 mm equivalent: 20-215 mm) Fuji* Fujinon* lenses and others.
  • For (Ultra) Large Format without shutter: 150-900 mm Rodenstock*, Staeble*, Zeiss* Jena and others.
B&W Films (analog)
 
  • Fuji* Neopan* 400, 1600 [discontinued], X-Ray film (>= 9x12 cm)
  • Ilford* HP5 (Plus), FP4 (Plus), PAN F
  • Kodak* T-max* 3200
  • Foma* Fomapan* 100
  • Forte* [discontinued]
  • etc.
with
  • ADOX* Rodinal*
  • Ilford* Microphen*
  • etc.
Color Films (analog)
 
  • Kodak* Kodachrome* 200 [discontinued]
  • Fuji* Sensia* [discontinued]
  • Konica* Chrome 100R [discontinued]
  • Polaroid*
  • etc.
Gelatine Silver Paper
 
  • Ilford* Multigrade
  • Foma* Brom
  • etc.
with
  • Tetanal* Dokumol*
  • etc.
Pigment Inkjet Paper
 
  • HP* Premium Instant-dry Photo Paper
  • etc.
Laboratory
 
  • Durst* 138
  • Dunco* II-66 C
  • Jobo* ATL2
  • Durst* RCP20
  • Jobo* Drum
  • Doran* Tank
  • etc.
Analog-Digital Laboratory
 
  • Canon* Canoscan F4400 [discontinued]
  • Epson* Perfection V39
  • Minolta* Dimage Scan Elite* 5400
Digital Laboratory
 
  • Adobe* Photoshop*
  • Gimp
  • Google* Nik Collection (today: DXO*)
  • Imadio* Fisheye-Hemi
  • etc.
  • Intel* CPU and Nvidia* GPU based computers with Windows* respectively Linux*.
When possible are for the digital TIFF master only raw formats used and processed.
Digital-Analog Laboratory
 
  • HP* DesignJet* Z3200 with HP* 70 ink.
Web Site

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The website is offline created by an 'creator' application before being uploaded.
Pictures are resolution reduced to max. 960 pixel without watermark and 1920 pixel with watermark reduced.
 
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  • Perl*
  • JavaScript*
  • PHP
  • HTML 5
  • SVG
  • JPEG
  • PostgreSQL*
  • ImageMagick
  • exiftool, iptc, jhead,
  • qrencode
  • pdflatex
 
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