Mama’s Gun – Vincent de Groot – Black & White Photography Article

Mama’s Gun – Vincent de Groot Mama’s Gun – Vincent de Groot Like this:Like Loading… Related Post navigation This website uses cookies and 3rd party services to improve your… This is only a snippet of a Black and White Photography Article written by Vincent de Groot Read Full Article

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Capturing the paparazzi feeling – Vincent de Groot – Black & White Photography Article

Capturing the paparazzi feeling – Vincent de Groot While visiting Ethiopia some fellow travelers joined me on a walk in the streets of Harar. Soon they found out that for me photography is serious and not just in for tourist snapshots. They asked about the camera I am using and what type of photo’s I produce. They looked how I make photo’s and became inspired. Soon they started to take also photos with their cameras and smartphones. When I saw…

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Manual mode and DOF – Vincent de Groot – Black & White Photography Article

Manual mode and DOF – Vincent de Groot A few days ago I posted a tip to motivate to use the manual mode. A comment in dutch, was that sometimes one want to play with DOF (Depth of Field). The video in the post post is staring with shutter speed then the f-stop. This method works very good street photography and allows to create a consistent look for series of images made in various directions. Of course it also is…

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Color: I start to like it! – Black & White Photography Article

Color: I start to like it! In another post I explained why I started publishing color photos. Today I took one from the Ethiopia trip and let the colors play. The colors in the original RAW file where too poppy for my taste, I carefully reduced them and this is what could make out of it. For my taste this is the kind of color I am looking for in my photos. One of the visitors of this blog (Stefan)…

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Amhara Nikisat – Vincent de Groot – Black & White Photography Article

Amhara Nikisat – Vincent de Groot The Amhara people also known as Abyssinians, are an ethnic group from the northern and central Ethiopian highlands. The neck and facial tattoos called Nikisat are standing out against the traditional white clothing and elaborate jewelry. Lines of tiny crosses along jaws and traditional Ethiopian shaped crosses on foreheads prove the intensive dedication to the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. A YouTube video/slide-show about the celebration of Timkat in Gondar (Ethiopia) can be found here. Like this:Like…

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Solo Women Van Dweller – Do you feel safe? – iPhone Photography Article

Solo Women Van Dweller – Do you feel safe? Why I love van dwelling! Do I feel safe? Before answering this question I would like to share some of my history.  As a child I was never a girly girl. In fact the one photo of me playing with dolls as a child was posed. I preferred to play outside, run, climb trees, ride bikes, and build campfires in the many campgrounds we visited in Washington State.  In my teens…

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