As you might have noticed, it has been a while since my last post. Although I have taken some pictures the past months, which I will share later, I simply couldn’t find the time, nor energy, to post my work. Luckily, there came an end to my lack of motivation, as I visited Scotland and got re-energized!
This week I won’t be sharing any tips or photos that I worked on for hours. The posts of this week have a completely new goal: to show you what I see in a regular week. Today it is “just a sunset”.
After my website turned one year last month, I decided that it is time for some reflection. I have done reflections before on this website, but today I will take a closer look at the education I got, that I wasen’t expecting.
Most landscape photographers know it: You shoot your best shots during the golden hour. Twice a day, you have roughly one hour to shoot your landscape shots: one that that starts at sunrise, and one that starts an hour before sunset. Last week I explained what the golden (and blue) hour is, but when it is
A new update for you! I have added a page describing two beautiful moments for photography: The golden hour and the blue hour! Quickly click here to move to the new page and let me know what you think! Kind regards, Tieme
During the spring of 2015, I took two photos and asked for your feedback. I needed to know what you would have done differently in the pictures I posted. There were some very interesting comments. And with these comments in my mind, I headed for the same bench to retake the pictures. One of the results is