Back again with a part 2 of the new serie on my blog, in which I explain the basic aspects of digital photography as clear and easy as possible!
Today I’m explaining shutter speed; what it is, how it works and when to use it.
It is a basic photography skill which will certainly be useful at any time!
Last year, I bought a new camera. It was the very popular Fujifilm Instax Mini 3. This Polaroid- ish camera is the kind that prints the photo, right after you take the shot. It’s risky and yes, they sometimes turn out horrible but I still love them wholeheartedly.
Welcome to this new serie on my blog. In this serie I’ll try to explain as clear as possible how the digital camera works and what you should know as a beginner.
In this very first edition I’ll be talking about one of the most important aspects of a digital camera and digital camera photography; ISO.
This weekend, my friend and I went on a trip to the eastern part of the Netherlands where we camped in the middle of a beautiful forest. During the day we went on a trip through the woods and we learned that during WWII, there used to be a hidden nazi airport. So, I took my camera and here is the result.
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.
– H. Jackson Brown Jr., P.S. I Love You
Today I am sharing with you what I would love to experience it the awesome world of photography, my photography bucket list. The list of things that I will keep working for until I’ve done and am still doing, them all. This list expands every day but I decided to share it anyway. How cool would it be to have actually done something of the list and see that years before it happened, I already dreamed about it.
This afternoon I noticed how beautiful the flowers in my garden were, so I decided to take a few photos! Spring is at it’s best right now and I absolutely love it.
Also, I am working on a new logo for my blog, so if you any recommendations on good graphic design blogs, please let me know!
Last weekend I was once again lucky to travel abroad, this time to be at a wedding in the beautiful Durham, England. The next day, I went on a hike and made some pictures of the gorgeous Britain. So here they are;
It has been a long time since I posted a blogpost, I guess it was not only school but also a photography block that kept me from posting and creating.
Last March I went to France (Rouen and Paris) on an exchange. It was magnificent to learn how different this culture is from my own. I took a lot of photos, after a while I was even called ‘the photographer of the group’ and not without reason.
‘It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child’ – Pablo Picasso
This afternoon, my mom and I went to the museum. The museum Boijmans van Beuningen is worldwide highly respected as it contains many works of great artist like Picasso, Rembrandt van Rijn and many more.
Of course I took my camera and was flabbergasted by all the creativity I felt.
So, enjoy my photographs and story of a day surrounded by art.