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Night

 There is a thing about the night, especially when you walk around with your camera. The lack of people, the sleeping birds, the occassional bat or hedgehog, it's all beautiful. Atleast that is what I'm thinking.As part of a small course I took this photo of a typical windmill that can be found in my town. It's called The Windhound and it's still used for preparing flour.Enjoy. continue reading

One month on DT & still trying to improve the AR ...

Which word come in your mind when you come to talk about Netherlands or Holland ?I think most of you must say "tulips", "windmill" or "coffeshop" ;) or in the other way round.Before coming on the lowland, I was very interested by the windmill. Whenever I have a free week-end, I jumped on my bicycle like a dutch guy and cycle around to discover a new windmill that I do not capture yet.Here is my collection of the one that I found more interesting and I wish to share with you...... continue reading

My first entry / Milestones

Hello Everybody,I'm here for a year, but because of my basic English, I have not written any messages until today. I also think I have much to learn and very little to teach anyone.My experience with SLR cameras is just the last two years, without any previous learning. So I can't complain about results: all my microstock sales this year has allowed me to improve my equipment seriously.But most important is that thanks to your helpful blogs, articles and tutorials, I am learning a lot... continue reading

Feeling Self-Conscious

There I was, barreling down the 99 freeway in the Central Valley of California, when I saw an incredible sight:a windmill farm in a mountain pass.Hundreds of windmills, different heights and shapes, some spinning quickly, others making lazy loops, others seemingly stuck.Of course, my first thought was to try to capture the beauty of these machines.I pulled off at an exit, found a gas station with a little parking area, and set up my tripod.That's when I started to feel very self-conscious.... continue reading

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