Dickens Festival - 20th and 21st of December 2014 The 19th century of Charles Dickens relives. Oliver Twist, Scrooge, Marley and Mr. Pickwick, they are all there. Vagabonds are begging, thieves are stealing. You smell the punch, puffed potatoes and roasted chestnuts. Wealthy ladies and gentlemen with top hats parade in the streets. … Continue reading Charles Dickens Festival Deventer 2014
An afternoon around a runner marathon in Loenen, the Netherlands.. What more to take along? 12mm Carl Zeiss, a 35mm Fujinon and the great Helios 58/2.
The next three photos are taken with the Russian (made in USSR) Helios 58mm lens (manual), a 30 Euro lens, but with amazing awesome bookeh! In the next close up portrait you can see the amount of blades of the lens. People under estimate the impact of the lens, but really I believe that its … Continue reading Monochrome
Stairs down - Jouke
Normally, we try to diminish any distracting objects in a portrait. Here I try to emphasize the portrait using the setting. - Jouke
Zeiss Glass does it! Edited with great freeware, LightZone, running on Ubuntu (runs also on Windows) - Jouke