Other, Photography, School


First of all I want to say that I haven’t got too much time to blog lately, mainly because I’m so busy with school. We’re having four (big) projects running at the moment, all to be handed in around the same time: two by the end of december and two early january. So far I’ve used the only ‘free’ moments I had to work on a new portfolio, which I also want to have up and running somewhere in december. Gonna be awesome.

Anyways, here are some pictures of a few weeks back, taken at the “Rebootweek” (schooltrip/project week) with school in Kasterlee.

Skjermbilde 2013-11-29 kl. 22.26.01     Skjermbilde 2013-11-29 kl. 22.24.34
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Other, Personal, Photography


Another thing I like: lomography. It’s fun to carefully select what you want to photograph – cause you can only take 36 pictures max. with one film. And afterwards you have to wait until they are developed to see how they turned out. And with these toy cameras you can’t focus properly, adjust shutterspeed or anything. It’s just shooting and hoping everything will turn out just fine.

Well, I just came home with my most recent films developed and all 108 photos turned out fine! I’m a happy person now. I’m not going to post them all, only my favourites. And sorry in advance for the bad quality! I don’t have a negative scanner and the shop couldn’t scan them for me, so I photographed them one by one with my phone!


Other, Personal, Photography, Text


Schermafbeelding 2013-06-01 om 21.55.35

I just came home from a very nice trip to Paris. Lovely weather, did some shopping, visited the Catacombs, went on top of the Arc de Triomphe and above all: enjoyed this beautiful city and the nice weather. I planned to visit some other things as well but I spend more than 2 hours in the waiting lines for the catacombs. This gave me plenty of time for something else: get familiar with an app called Snapseed. It’s an iPhone/Android app that “makes any photo extraordinary. Easily enhance your photos, add amazing effects, and share them everywhere.”

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