Posts Tagged "Gent"

Silent Church

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 in Belgium, Canon EOS 60D, Ghent, HDR, Travel | 0 comments

This photo is from the church in Gent, Belgium. When I was there, it was completely silent and looked like abandoned. But it looked amazing:).

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Empty Chairs

Posted by on Aug 12, 2012 in Belgium, Canon EOS 60D, Ghent, HDR, Travel | 0 comments

This is a photo I took last year in Ghent in St. Pieter’s Abbey. Actually, all the churches in Ghent I visited were really nice, not just this one.

Taking pictures in churches is often quite difficult because you can’t use tripod, sometimes even your camera. Fortunately in this case I used my tripod and even my camera:). It was really deserted so nobody protested:). And when the tripod is forbidden, there is always the little GorillaPod you can use. I didn’t have a problem with using it anywhere so far.

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The Side of the Church

Posted by on Feb 26, 2012 in Belgium, Canon EOS 60D, Ghent, HDR, Travel | 0 comments

I found out I still have many pictures from various churches sitting in my Lightroom catalog waiting to be processed. Yesterday I processed some of them and this one I liked the most. It’s from the church in Ghent, Belgium.

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Evening River in Ghent

Posted by on Feb 8, 2012 in Belgium, Canon EOS 60D, Ghent, HDR, Travel | 0 comments

Ghent looks great. Everywhere you point your camera looks just amazing. The canals together with the architecture of the buildings there create interesting mood for me. I think I’ll have to go there sometime again. Of course, this is another one of the photos I took there.

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The Unknown

Posted by on Jan 17, 2012 in Belgium, Canon EOS 60D, Ghent, HDR, Travel | 0 comments

This is from the back of one of the churches in Gent. I probably should get some GPS tracker because the more photos I take the less I remember about them. Of course, when you take a picture of the Eiffel Tower, you can’t forget that:). When you visit five churches in one town, it becomes something different.

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