The whisky picker

Update: 9 tips to change your point of view!

I have added another new page to my website! This time, let me inspire you with nine tips on how to change your point of view. Quickly click this text to get nine examples on the perspectives: First person Become the subject Look downwards Look upwards Turn around Level Upside-down or sideways Mirrors and reflections Getting close with

Bokeh 50 mm 1.4

Update: Understanding bokeh

I have added a page explaining how bokeh works and how to create it in your images. Quickly click this text to go there! “Boke” is the Japanese word for blurriness and is the opposite of “pinto”, the Japanese word for sharpness in a photo. To help the English speaking people pronounce the word “boke”


What to shoot after the Golden Hour?

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

Middelbug 4:3 ratio

Update: Five tips to add depth to your photos!

Try catching a ball with one eye closed. That is difficult, right? Your brain needs both eyes to see the world three dimensional. Because your camera only has one eye (the lens), it can only record the two dimensions height and width. But how can we still create a sense of the third dimension, namely depth? I

Flying White Stork

Update: How to use negative space

This series is coming to end with the final post, about negative space (and positive space). CLICK HERE TO READ! To conclude: In case you missed this series, here are the topics discussed: Composition rules Filling the frame Framing Lines and patterns Balancing elements Hope you learned something! Kind regards, Tieme

Bunker at the Atlantikwall

Update: Balancing elements in your photos

Almost coming to a conclusion of this series. This is the fifth post! Today I’ll discus how to create a balance in your photos, using formal and informal balancing! CLICK HERE TO READ! And in case you missed the previous: Composition rules Filling the frame Framing Lines and patterns

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