Landscape photography – Three mistakes I made

Back in December 2014, I went for a photography hike in the wetlands “Oisterwijkse Vennen”, The Netherlands. The past months have been very busy, so it took me a while to post-process the photos. And while post-processing, I found a series of mediocre photos. And I wondered… What went wrong that day?

Update: Depth of Field explained

I felt like being a “geek” lately. Hence, I wrote a static page on depth of field (click here to go there). It is quite technical, and even some mathematics is used! Don’t be afraid though: I have added some explanatory drawings, which might help you understand. This page is part of the “Advanced knowledge” section, so it

Review: AF Nikon 50 mm f/1.4D (vs AF-S Nikon 35 mm f/1.8G)

Two and a half years ago, I bought my first prime lens. A Nikon 35 mm AF-S f1.8 G. I loved it! I did projects allowing myself only to use this lens. A few months back, I bought my second “prime”, the Nikon 50 mm AF f1.4 D, a.k.a. The Nifty Fifty. And what a great lens this is! Loving both lenses

Reflectors – A cheap second light source

I wanted a second flash and soft box for the photo in this post, which is costly. Luckily, there is a cheap alternative for fill up light: a reflector! I decided to buy one in a Chinese web-shop and see if it worked out. Honestly, I was quite surprised! I needed to wait for two and a half weeks for delivery (shipment from Hong Kong

Update: Focal length explained

In the past month, I have been working on a new static page besides the weekly blogs: A page explaining the basics of “Focal length“. This page can be found in the menu: Roadmap to Photography -> The Fundamentals -> Focal length, or by simply clicking here. Those who are sharp, and familiar to this website, might have

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