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Yes, you’re right – it’s Düsseldorf Medienhafen again. We went there this evening to do some night photography of this beautiful location. I decided to try the ISO 200 challenge invented by Robin Wong. He is also the creator of the phrase “shutter therapy” – my latest favorite expression – and I’m taking a free ride with it! It so perfectly to describes my own approach to photography on so many days… going out shooting is really a therapy for me – to get rid of thoughts and all my problems of everyday life and work.

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Parking in Düsseldorf is quite expensive – so we did not stay for hours and I did not make as many photos as I would have liked to. I used my OM5 with the Olympus M.Zuiko 25mm f1.8 lens. All photos were taken handheld, lens wide open, ISO 200 (of course) and I set the camera to P mode to let it do the rest. I was relying completely on the image stabilisation what turned out really well. The pictures are straight from camera without any post processing apart from a little straightening and slight cropping on some of them.