This is the accompanying gallery to my report on the Photokina 2010. Here, you can find all the impressions I gathered at this year’s Photokina which are not related to a specific manufacturer or product. All pictures were taken either with the Olympus E-P1 and Lumix 20/1.7, or with the Leica M8 and Nokton 50/1.5.
"Leave the digital grind behind!" The motto at the Lomo stand.
Note: This gallery isn’t made up like my other galleries, i.e. it doesn’t consist of clickable thumbnails but of a series of pictures like in my other regular posts.
A demonstration of Panasonic's 3D camcorder system.
Demonstrating the Leica S system.
Taking a break at one of the many "Snack Points". See, I was really there! ;-)
Riding the escalator.
Demonstrating Nik software.
Human art ...
... and digital art.
Instructions in the use of graph tablets.
Spanish salsa at the Sigma stand.
Spanish salsa, #2.
Lomo is young and hip, obviously.
Here, you can "leave the digital grind behind!"
Taking a break in the Lomo chillout zone.
Demonstrating the new Samsung NX100.
BMX action at the Sony stand. Who said a Leica M isn't suited for action photography?
More BMX action at the Sony stand.
African drum artists at the Sony stand.
African drum artists, #2.
African drum artists, #3.
Demonstrating the use of a steadycam.
Much attraction also at the Canon stand.
In the meantime, it had been raining outside.
Relaxing in one of the recreational zones of the koelnmesse.
Art in one of the hallways of the koelnmesse.
Didn't realize Coca Cola were into photography now ... ;-)
After the fair ...
... is before the fair!
See you in two years, then!