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.
Happy new year everyone! May 2017 be a fun, successful and loving year in which you can do what you love. We’re going to rock this year!
To set 2017 off I have listed 15 things to photograph because I think we all we have those days we just don’t have a clue what to take photos of. I hope this helps you a little and may inspire you to use that camera of yours a little more often.
Merry christmas everyone! I appreciate every single like and follow so very much and I hope that everyone will have a great year! Here are some photos I took yesterday during our christmas dinner. It not much but it’s dedicated to you as I want to thank you so much for reading my blog.
Officially, it is not winter yet but the winter temperatures have reached my country at it’s fullest. Last week, the days have been cold yet sunny so absolutely perfect for photography. My family and I went out for a lovely morning walk and I took my camera. A big thank you to my family for making me photograph them. So, I hope you enjoy my photography serie inspired by sunny and cold winter mornings.
Photography is all about capturing a moment, a feeling. With you making the photo, you capture a microsecond of the universe’s existence. In my opinion one of photography’s most challenging things is to reach for the feeling of infinity in a microsecond. As I was wandering around a rather unpopular part of my city, I realized how beautiful it was and how much I wanted to capture it’s infinity. So, enjoy a serie of photographs inspired by the infinite feeling of a city’s noon.
Autumn days. Those days when you have an appropriate excuse to stay inside all day, watch series and drink hot chocolate. Yet they are also those days when the sun is bright, the temperature is low and the only thing you feel is the genuine love and appreciation for a day with sun. Autumn is irresistible for a camera. The lens is hungry to capture color and light. So, what else can you do than go outside and give the camera what she wants. But the moment you take the photo, you realize it wasn’t the camera that was eager for photography. It was you.
Hello and welcome to ‘Photography by Fanny’!
As you have probably guessed, my name is Fanny. I’m an ambitious girl whose interests go out to photography! On this blog you can expect my journey in the ‘photography world’. In our time, taking a photo is so easy and there is no day that goes by without either receiving a photo or making one. On this blog I want to share photos that tell a story and have a better quality than our day to day selfies.
I am an amatur so please share thoughts, tips and opinions in a comment! Of course I would always be open for a collaboration so if you think that our photographs would do great in a collab, please send me an email! (For detailed info, go to contact)
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