Rotterdam contains an increasing amount of great architecture and tall buildings. Old and new blend in seemingly without effort. Last year when i visited friends i took quite a lot of pictures and i still enjoy strolling through these photos. This is one of them, which i ‘rediscovered’. It’s a photo of a reflecting window with less reflecting panels alongside of it. This is the result i got from it 🙂
This week’s Monochrome Madness entry for Leanne Cole’s website
Check out the gallery at http://leannecole.com.au/mm-4-7-monochrome-madness/
The infamous Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam has become the icon of the new skyline. Tried to give it a personal touch.
Used this image (https://pnco.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/de-zwaan/) to create this ‘star’. Really love symmetrical photography 🙂
Today i was testing my parents new camera (Samsung NX 300M) and it actually is quite a nice camera! Have to learn how to work with manual focus for macro, cause the automatic macro tends to focus on things i am not interested in. But apart from that i’m happy with the way it processes light and shade and also long exposure for waterfalls. So i went to a familiar place and took this photo of a no longer working waterwheel with a small waterfall. Didn’t edit anything but a little autocontrast. It’s fun to explore a new camera!