This evening I finished the Architecture Workshop at the van Eesteren museum. The workshop was the 1st of it’s kind and was given by architecture photographer Michel Claus. With 2 theory evenings and 1 practise afternoon I think the time was too short to get a firm grip on the subject. Anyway, I’ve uploaded some pics I took during the practise. All pics are editted on the iPad2 with the new Snapseed app. Enjoy!
One of the topics in my photography course was contrast. To practise we went to an old papermill close to Amsterdam. Obective was to only shoot b&w pics. Of course I’ve also created some HDR’s.
The papermill, dated 1692, ‘De Schoolmeester’ is a smock mill in Westzaan, Noord Holland, the Netherlands which is maintained in full working order. It is the only wind powered paper mill in the world.
In 2009 I’ve made a series of shots in the parking garage of my appartment complex. 2 reasons, 1st to experience with HDR and the 2nd one as task for my photography course.