Go low, yes, go very low and a new world will go open for you. No, you don’t need to go as deep as hell, the church floor will be sufficient. 3x reflections. Tip: Use a camera with a flip up screen Advertisements
Portrait and landscape with 2 different apertures. Tip: Close to the floor you may find reflections. With an old hardstone church floor the reflection is almost a mirror. Bonus: without a tripod it is even no problem to use a low shutter speed 😉
Yes, there is a museum named “M” and it is located in the centre of the university city Leuven. The architecture has some special features and changes with the light. In this series I captured the entrance stairs, the light tunnel in the ceiling and the terras with colorful chairs.
And yes, the broken lamp shines most. This is one of the pictures I intend to use in an art project with old lamp bulbs which is scheduled end of the year in my home town. Location: home studio
I visited the Kantelink exhibition, and I framed details only of the lace. No, it is not the old style lace but a modern version of it with plastic tubes, iron and copper wires but all were created using the lace technique turning it into real works of art. More info on https://kantelink.blogspot.com/2018/07/niet-te-missen-deze-zomer.html
Some may complaint about the very shallow depth of field but it changes ordinary objects completely.
I had some doubt to purchase a “real” macro lens, based on the cost of it, I decided to buy a series of macro extension tubes. I know at f1.8 this lens is performing soft but it works surprisingly well to me. I have a flower pot with various succulent plants which I approached at […]