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Thanks everyone!
I'll see if I can upload more shots later. First though: work and study...

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Thanks Marijn!
The train stood still huh :P ?

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 5:23 am 
Hi,

Bjorn and Marjin, I envy 2 photographers going on 1 photographing vacation/tour! Loved your photos guys.

Bjorn, I like the way you play with B&W, saturation and highlights. You make subjects out of practically no subjects!

Marjin, loved your bird photo. The DoF looks very good, particularly the sharp grass in fromt and blured behind the bird's legs.

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Thanks Jinay!

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Cheers!

Yes Ruben, the train stood still :)

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Some more:

Walk across

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Pigeon

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The meeting

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The Marijn pose (quick edit)

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Hahaha yes, I indeed have a very weird pose. Function over form though:

It is very stable
Easy to get into
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Doesn't damage your clothes

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And it seems to work for you Marijn!

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When I ve got to make a picture at a low angle, I often have the same pose as Marijn.
Do I have a weird pose too? :P

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I don't know, do you have the style? :lol:

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Yea, we DO have THE style :lol:
And I got THE camera, lovely Minolta XG-1 (stupid I selled the XD-7)

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Nice photos guys, and looks like a fun trip!


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 6:25 am 
@Bjorn- That Yellow Train reminds me when I was in Amsterdam 15 Years ago that bringing some memories :D

I'm sure you're having a great time guys & great shots!


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 9:31 am 
Again, more nice photos guys!

But sorry Bjorn, I really dont like the pose the woman on the bridge is in. I think youve just been unlucky and caught her in an unusual pose which, for me, is distracting.

Love the composition on the black and white one though.


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Thanks guys!

Jeremy, I must agree. I think the woman noticed I was taking a photo, and she somehow started walking in a very funny way. Took two shots, both had pretty much the same pose...

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