This was the message Hugh Jackman sent to a kid victim of bullying. Well done Hugh, you are great!
A photography session along the Thames banks combining slow shutter speed with a ND filter.
My father was a photography enthusiast and he passed this passion to me when he offered me my first camera, a Pentax K1000 when I was a teenager. I could not stop photographing since. He loved photographing flowers and this is one of my favourite subjects too.
“Fine-art photography is photography created in line with the vision of the photographer as artist, using photography as a medium for creative expression. The goal of fine-art photography is to express an idea, a message, or an emotion.” (Wikipedia) Art Photography, Artistic Photography, Abstract Photography, or the mostly used Fine-Art Photography. There is not aContinue reading “Modesty apart, Fine Art Photography”
Aveiro, 70km south of Porto, on the west Coast of Portugal is called the Venice of Portugal, due its canals that crossed the town navigated by colourful boats, traditionally used to harvest seaweed. Aveiro is a popular tourist destination, famed for the canals but also for Nouveau architecture. The city lies on the edge ofContinue reading “Aveiro, the Venice of Portugal”
The Vietnamese carry everything on theirs bikes, everything. Incredible what they can fit on those tiny bikes. Just sitting in a corner of Hanoi and watching them is an experience to not forget.
I really enjoyed visiting North of Vietnam but what I loved more was going to the Sapa Mountains, meeting and photographing the ethnic groups in their colourful traditional costumes.
The Last Bookstore is an iconic LA book and record store housed in the grand atrium of an abandoned bank. Used, vintage books, you can find everything in here among the typical smell of old books. The ground floor is exciting enough but the mezzanine level is the real treasure. The way books are displayed,Continue reading “The Last Bookstore”