Somewhere along the coast of highway 1
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Although I was in Asia, yesterday was about Amsterdam. Was about the city we love and promise to take care of. Yesterday was about Ajax ❌❌❌. @ajax "Vandaag is voor de stad, de stad waar ik heel mijn hart altijd voor heb verpand. Waar je kan zijn wie je bent. En kan zeggen wat je moet. Vandaag is voor Amsterdam omdat wij beloofd hebben er goed voor te zorgen."
I love going to a place and trying to find the pictures that are there. I don't interact or otherwise direct the scene when I'm shooting like this, I want to capture images as they are. Fuji XT-2 ~ 16mm lens.
Вчера написала в блоге о том, есть ли жизнь после саббатикала. Сегодня проснулась окончательно приболевшей, пришла в сознание ближе к вечеру - поэтому делюсь только сейчас. А вообще, мой отпуск уже три недели как закончился, я вернулась на работу, и все спрашивают, как мои ощущения?.. Ну вот, попыталась об этом рассказать.
Заходите почитать - прямая ссылка, как всегда, в шапке профиля🌿
After driving miles up a one lane forest road, we arrived to this little paradise. Complete with big furry doggos, farm fresh eggs for breakfast, and all the firewood we could ever need, it was hard to say goodbye.
Road that leads to heaven.
Swiss Autumn [scene 11]
See all the photos from my autumn series here>>> #awsm_autumn
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Dreaming of a room with a view... 🌙
Driving to B.C. for a little day trip tomorrow to make a stop at Radium Hot Springs, since Banff Upper Springs is closed for maintenance. I’ve never been to B.C. so I’m really excited to see everything in between Canmore and Radium! ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀
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Some A’s to the Q’s:
CAMERA LENSES I USE: I travel really light with my photography equipment, and I have found this 40mm lens has been perfect for every situation I’ve wanted to shoot in. It’s an excellent lens for cinematography as well as macro and portraits.
HOW TO GET PORTRAITS OF YOURSELF: This one has several possible answers. A) Travel with someone who has photography knowledge, or someone who can simply press the shutter. B) Look for someone carrying an expensive camera, and have them take your shot. By seeking out someone with expensive cameras and equipment, there is less chance they’ll try and steal your camera, and more chance they’ll know how to take a good photo. B) Carry a tripod and wireless shutter remote. C) Applicable to A & B: Don’t be afraid to direct/coach the person taking your photos! I like to plan out my shot, the angle, and my camera settings, etc. before handing the camera over. Literally by this point, all you should have to do is tell them to make sure they’re level with the horizon, snap both landscape and portrait, and take a LOT of photos. I like to have about 100-200 photos to sort through and choose from. If you are social media centric or a blogger, this will give you lots of options for future content as well. Hope this helps! ⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀
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Wearing a coat I purchased from @snowflakecanada’s @fairmontbanff location. Similar (& my UGGs!) can be found here: #email@example.com
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