Sunday I went outside Bucharest, with a couple of friends to a rally event, The Sinaia Trophy. In a small mountain city, just a couple of hours away, by train. The change of scenery sounded like fun, and I thought that I might as well take some pictures. First I thought to pack the 5d Mark … Continue reading Panning with ultra-wide @Sinaia
It was during the hot August '14. A dry day. No clouds. Just blue sky everywhere. A dreadful scenery for photographers. But what can you do about it? Sometimes you are forced to do it. You have to take some pictures that may appear dull. Perhaps you don't have the time to return … Continue reading #9 Kaleidoscope with a spin
I knew that somewhere around there I had a good picture for my #7 Kaleidoscope.
20th January 2014 After I visited The Louvre, and tried to catch as many good angles, I decided to finally grab a bite and go and see The La Dèfense. During that trip I think it was the first or second time when I took the metro. Even though I love walking around when I … Continue reading #5 Kaleidoscope – La Défense
Loading...loading...loading... For a couple of minutes, I had absolutely no idea how to entitle this post. Freelancer's hell This morning I wanted to call in sick...but oh wait...I don't have "a job", (not a real one I think, or what many others consider a job) and thankfully I don't have to have one for a … Continue reading A…B…C…Photography Portfolio
Shortly after I put my hands on the ultra-wide lens, in August 2013, I started looking at things in a totally different way, literally. 8-14mm short story Through the camera's viewfinder, with an 8-14mm lens (~13mm equivalent at 8mm due to the 1.6x crop factor of my 600d), the world looks much more interesting, even … Continue reading #4 Kaleidoscope – Traintracks