Last Thursday, I finally had the chance to try out the EcoBus, a new form of public transportation running in its beta phase since August 2018. It doesn’t have bus stops in the traditional sense, and you book your bus via app or website.
You need a tripod for long exposure photography, right? Now I have used one, on top of my car, for the header. I thought that way for a very long time, but here’s the thing: You don’t.
There are many other things that you can use. As long as your camera sits in a stable position, almost anything will do.
Every season has its ups and downs, but for me, autumn is clearly the best. I just love it more than the heat of summer and the cold of winter. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate both, but autumn just has its own vibe.
While in Hamburg, I decided to shoot some good old old-fashioned film. The first roll of 24 went smoothly. But that’s when I screwed up big time.
I took this picture back in 2015 when I visited a good friend that I had met back in Canada, and who lived in Utrecht at the time, to celebrate New Years in Amsterdam. It was also the first time I traveled with my then new DSLR.
Ever since I got my newest camera, I shoot mostly landscapes and car parts. That’s okay. But when I was younger, I used to take more pictures of people. I’d love to do that more. Continue reading