Tip: When you’ve forgotten your tripod, just put your camera on the floor. Afterwards you just call it art.
Car park in an old building in the centre of Liège(B).
When you see something ugly, like a dirty wall in a parking garage, take it as a challenge to turn it into a composition. I took the challenge.
The blue see, the cloudy sky and the sun leaving traces of light in the sand. Sorry of being lyric, I forgot to take a tripod with me so I put my camera on the floor.
A grey street in Liège. However, I saw the yellow street posts and the blue car so I framed it but not without the red wall in the front and the green windows in the background. During post-processing I noticed my name was on the posts. 🙂
On a dark and rainy winterday I made a walk through Liège and captured some grey buildings. However, with my 50mm lens (with 1.6 crop) I was limited to details. The post processing revealed the hidden colors of the grey buildings.
The colors of the blinds were fading away. Only the chipped paint remembers of the bright colors it once had. I could not stand further away to capture it all because it was a small street. Location: Rue Pierreuse, Liège, Belgium (link to google maps)
… a church with a tower. They told me the view over the City of Liége is beautiful but I have to climb the small stairway to the top. The big bells, the old woodwork, the stairs and a dead mouse were included. Out of breath I “framed” the view of Liége. I hope you […]
Rear-side of the Prince-Bishops’ Palace, on place Saint-Lambert, Liège Dark stones contrast with a few autumn leaves. Pigeon is present for the photo shoot.
Playing with shades and contrasts @ La Cité administrative de la Ville de Liège. I like converting ugly locations into “special” compositions.