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 😉
Looking for the perfect composition, yellow-blue chairs against the azuur sea, no disturbing items in the frame, checking if the horizon is level (still some correction needed afterwards though) and then click. Any yep, it still required a lot of post processing afterwards to be satisfied.
When a photo misses some spirit due to the cloudy weather, you can improve it easily by added contrast and some post processing to make the clouds heavier. Rule of thirds: Putting even a small subject on the right position in the frame, it will make the composition stronger.
I know, it is an odd subject but when taken from a very low position it becomes special. Post processing: semi HDR
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.
Namur is an historical city in the Walloon region of Belgium. It has a high rock and on top of it there is a fortress or citadel. You can go on foot or by car. There you have a beautiful view of the environment and the river Meuse. I made several pictures and did some […]