Behind The Lenscap

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Total Blackout

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[text_output]Moments of Mesmerizing

What if the nightsky in The Netherlands would be free of light pollution? We could probably capture the milky way like this. But living in a small and very populated country, this would only be a dream unless we have a total power blackout.

Discover the light, in the dark. Where night photography enters the next level. Packed with my Nikon D750 and the 14-24mm, I try to capture the city night lights in a different way. You can view the complete serie of Amsterdam here.[/text_output]

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Rotterdam Skyline

[/text_output][text_output]One of the many spots we visit during the night photography workshop in Rotterdam, is this one at the Rijnhaven where you can have a great view on the Rotterdam Skyline. This particular night the sky looked amazingly dramatic with the city lights reflecting on the low clouds.

The Nikon D750 keeps amazing me with it’s incredible dynamic range. Even at ISO800 I could retain a lot of details from the shadows during post processing. Normally I would take more exposures for a HDR photo, but in this case I just needed one single shot.

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Rotterdam Skyline - Behind The Lenscap
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Nikon Light Sculpture Photography

[/text_output][text_output]Now that all the workshops for Nikon and the Amsterdam Light Festival are done, here’s a video where I get interviewed for Nikon Life about the Light Sculpture Photography workshops. Hope you enjoy the video as much as I have enjoyed teaching these workshops in Amsterdam. [/text_output]
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Behind The Lenscap 2014 Review

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