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Found 11 results

  1. Filmmuseum EYE, a striking building across the river IJ on the North side of Amsterdam. Image shot on a typical dark late autumn afternoon, making use of a sudden break in the clouds. Olympus E-M10II + Olympus 12-40mm f2.8
  2. Two images shot (handheld, shutter speed 1/8sec) with a Samyang fisheye lens of the new Delft railway station. The ceiling is a reference to the world-famous Delfts Blauw pottery. With some imagination it's visible in these images. 1. 2.
  3. FIFPro Headquarters, Hoofddorp/Netherlands. FIFPro = Fédération Internationale des Associations de Footballeurs Professionnels (English – International Federation of Professional Footballers) But that's not what this image is about
  4. A series of images of Het Groene Huis (The Green House). This place is a Centre for Nature and Environment Education in my hometown Amersfoort. It is built environmentally and energy friendly. The outside is cladded with paneling from locally produced birch wood which should last about 50 years. The exterior of the building is designed to let it blend with the surroundings. I imagine this works better in summer than in the winter conditions when I shot these images. I would have preferred snow on the ground and on the building but that was not to be although it was very cold. 1. 2. 3.
  5. EM10-272967 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr
  6. A series of images shot during a walk across the business district of Amsterdam called "Zuidas". 1. EM10-142812 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 2. EM10-142760 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 3. EM10-142844 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr
  7. An "image from the attic", this one from 2010. Interior of the Dutch National Agency for Cultural Heritage, by Spanish architect Juan Navarro Baldeweg. Images shot with a Nikon D700 and Tamron 28-75mm f2.8. Please view large for best result. 1.
  8. A series of architecture images shot during a recent visit to Cologne. Please view large. 1. Microsoft Technology Center 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
  9. Rotterdam is famous for it's modern architecture.
  10. Trying out a 10x ND filter This was badly underexposed, processed with LR4.2 24mm f/5.6 3 min exposure
  11. Sam

    Hello All, I recently did a morning shoot for a start up designer that was looking for some fun portrait shots, as well as some more artistic architectural shots with her in them. Here is a brief example. My main question is do you feel that the "high-key" b&w is overdone? I intentionally lit her from a bright window, but used the histogram to ensure I didn't blow out the highlights. I know many people will feel this is overdone, but I feel justified since I still see the outline of her face against the back lighting. Also, do you feel the framing in the bridge shots is proper, or do you have suggestions on a better way to go about it? Thanks for your c&c! You can find a couple more shots on my blog if you're interested. http://blog.lithicimages.com Cheers, Scott