before … after … The camera takes a picture , the photographer makes a photo.
Johan Berend Willem Bijenhof & Heintje Barmentloo Made a photo of an old picture that I found in an old inherited photoalbum. I think it was taken just after the second World War …. It is a lot of “Lightroom-work” to restore ….. this is the result so far, but I will continue working on it. one hourContinue reading “Bijenhof & Barmentloo”
A picture is significantly affected by cropping. another crop makes a totally different picture.
To find out the quality of the service “werkaandemuur.nl” I ordered one of my own works ….. The photo was taken by Rea; I developed it with Lightroom and Werkaandemuur printed it is on canvas. I was pleased with the good service and quick delivery. The quality is higher than what I expected for thisContinue reading ““werkaandemuur.nl””
I find it interesting how others are using bokeh in their photos. More and more I’m using DOF and bokeh in my photos to express some sort of “feeling”. For instance the feeling I have with Autumn ….. then I want to see the typical autumn-colours in the background and a naked branch withoutContinue reading “Bokeh”
It seems there is no restart possible I know it’s a stupid decision made by politics, who don’t trust entrepreneurs with a fantastic vision but no money.
The tourists are gone …. so the beach is free for the locals and their dogs ! Low tide gives extra space and more dense sand to stroll alongside the waterline ….
at night, colours are different … as long as demolition hasn’t started, restart is still possible !
We’ve been in the Ardennes for just 2 days. It was rainy, but in between the showers we strolled through the woods and visited the old town called Durbuy. Made a lot of photos ….
I tried to stitch 3 photos together. Didn’t work well, because of the short lens angle I used. You can see clearly where the photos are stitched together….. But the exposure is okay and it gives a good impression of the large open space inside the plant.
A fog bow around my shadow in the misty polder