Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2012’

To impress or not to impress

For quite a while now I wanted to experiment with new digital ways of finding, seeing and capturing impressionistic photographic images. I did, like every other curious photographer work with multiple exposures on films, I played with long exposures, mastered panning techniques and many more. Now it is time to use my digital skills and to see if I can …

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Fun in the dark

Days are short and dark in November and we photographers suffer from a syndrome of not-enough-sunny-landscapes-with-ever-so-blue-skies. Instead of sitting at home and complaining however, I prefer to go out and take some night shots. It is such fun to photograph light trails in the city! I really like the long tendrils of colourful lights that form in front of my …

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Shiver down the spine

Halloween, All Saints Day, Guy Fawkes night, all these days make me think about stories sending shiver down the spine. Straddling the line between autumn and winter, and more important, life and death, Halloween is a time of some spooky celebration. Originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off …

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