Posts Tagged "Canon EOS 60D"

Dreamy Africa

Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in Africa, Black-and-white, Canon EOS 60D, Cape Town | 0 comments

I captured this while on the way to the Table Mountain in Cape Town. I continue with a little experimentation in post-processing. I tried B&W for this, mainly because this was shot around midday when the light is too harsh. This way there is much more obvious emphasis on the lines and shapes which I like here.

Photo by Roman Betik from the blog http://www.StillGlimmers.com

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The Fields

Posted by on Dec 15, 2013 in Africa, Amphiteatre, Black-and-white, Canon EOS 60D, Drakensberg, Travel | 0 comments

This photo reminds me of a wild west in America. However, it is not:). I’ve actually taken this near Lesotho in South Africa.

Photo by Roman Betik from the blog http://www.StillGlimmers.com

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Pantheon in Paris

Posted by on Nov 2, 2013 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Paris, Travel | 0 comments

The Pantheon in Paris, originally a church, now functions as a mausoleum for famous French citizens. Its interior is spectacular and great for photography. Whenever I have a chance to go there I try to come up with some new angle, one example is in this photo. If only they were not so strictly against tripods there…

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The Secret Door

Posted by on Nov 1, 2013 in Autumn, Belgium, Bruges, Canon EOS 60D, Travel | 0 comments

Bruges is a magical place for photography. Whether you go there in winter or summer, there is always something nice to look at. Last time I visited this town I found the secret door covered in this nice autumn coat.

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Warm Winter

Posted by on Jun 28, 2013 in Africa, Canon EOS 60D, Drakensberg, HDR, Sunset, Travel | 0 comments

It’s been almost a year since I visited South Africa. This picture is from the Drakensberg area which I liked very much. There is something special about the sun in Africa which is hard to describe. If you experience a sunset there, it’s very difficult to find a better one. I was fortunate to experience couple of them last year and I hope I’ll experience some more in the future.

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