With lockdown easing here in Norway it was possible to attend an exhibition of treasures loaned to a local gallery by the closed National Gallery. There were some real Norwegian treasures to look at. A great day out.
Leica Q2 Monochrom
PP in Capture One (Yes. I’m trying out new Software. I’ve always missed Aperture and never felt totally at home in LR). Why did Apple give up on it? So, Tim Cooke when you read this, as I’m sure you do each week you will know my pain 😊
One of my fav shots from last summers lockdown summer holiday. It’s an art gallery not far from my home. I had to photoshop out the crowds and a large crane over the trees but overall not a bad result.
I must admit it has been a while since I last posted anything here. However there are too many reasons to go into at this time.The main thing is I will try and post at least one shot a week for you to see. Like this one taken at an art gallery not too far from where I live. The camera was very new at the time and this is the one shot that convinced me that my decision was the right one,
The work is called Silent Studio the artist is Mark Manders
Nikkor Z 24-70 F/4.0
These two are my favourites in the whole park of statues.
I’m back. I’ve been on my holidays . I have had a couple of weeks in Greece together with my family. However that isn’t so blog relevant. I thought I’d pick up where I left off which was at the National museum in Amsterdam. This shot and the previous in the series were taken on the last 20 mins of opening time .That’s all I had left by the time I’d got there from the Leica Pop-Up store. Still It will not be my last visit to Amsterdam I’m sure.
This little girl explains the Nightwatch to her disbelieving companion.