How about eating Sushi while a swarm of fish is hanging lifelike above your head? The other day, The Significant Other and I enjoyed just that… Subsea Sushi in the Streets of Nuremberg.
Nuremberg has quite a few restaurants that not only serve great food, but also allow the creative eye to feast visually. Good, that the avid photographer always carries a camera, even without carrying a camera. But for those instantly arising opportunities, the ever available smart phone serves just fine.
Obviously I captured the images in color, and they are as stunning in color, but somehow the contrasts, shapes and textures called for me to change the jpgs into monochrome in post-processing.
It’s these suddenly arising, unexpected creative moments that are the salt in the soup of daily life and provide great opportunities to do some visual push ups.
Taken with my iPhone 12 Pro Max, post-processing in Lightroom Classic.
Have a great Thursday
Instant Inspiration (25) – Foodporn
I would be fascinated by these ceiling fish, but if they look dirty at all, I wouldn’t eat there again! Just me, I suppose!
No worries, looked totally clean to me. It’s definitely an interesting experience – under the fish 😉
Black and white is perfect for these – beautifully done.
Thanks, your feedback is so much appreciated! Marcus
Sometimes texture demands that we convert an image to black and white.
Thanks, Tim, appreciate your input! Have a great weekend! Marcus
Oh my. Interesting restaurant and nice photos.
Thanks for taking the time to read any comment, Alessandra!
How cool is that place!
Thanks, Sue, as always!
Great images, Marcus.
Thanks, Allan, as always!
These are awesome in monochrome, Marcus. That smoke (?) photo–wow!
Thanks, Lois, so much appreciated! The smoke was coming from dry ice on the plate.
Agree, the monochrome is perfect. And what a striking decor, yet so appropriate for the restaurant. Seems like you are in fact underwater looking up at the school of fish!
Thanks for taking the time to read and comment 🙂 !
Great photos, Marcus the restaurant looks beautiful. And, yay for the iPhone, always ready!
Thanks, John, appreciate your kind words! Marcus
I think these images look perfect in monochrome.
Thanks, Hien, appreciate your feedback! Marcus