Prowling my world, camera in hand

28 May 2006

Week 21: photo workshop

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Last weekend I participated in a landscape workshop organised by the Images photography club in The Hague. The weather was decidedly uncooperative; aside a 30-minute dry spell, it was rainy and windy most of the time. We all tried to make the best of the situation. The chosen location was the Clingendael park in The Hague. I had brought my Hasselblad and heavy tripod, but also had the digital equipment with me. So this week’s pictures are shot with three different cameras, ranging from the Hasselblad to the little Ricoh GR Digital.

The workshop was led by Trevor Waldron, an landscape photographer based in Belgium, whom I have known for several years. Here he is showing us some of this portfolio:
(Canon 1D Mark II, 24-70mm L Canon, ISO 1250)

Here is fellow photographer Michiel Fokkema, setting up his baby Linhof:
Ricoh 10803
(Ricoh GR Digital, ISO 400)

This is what we were all trying to photograph:
(Hasselblad 500 CM, 50mm Distagon, Fuji Provia 100F)

A couple of different angles, this time in B&W:
(Hasselblad 500 CM, 50mm Distagon, Ilford Pan F)

(Hasselblad 500 CM, 50mm Distagon, Ilford Pan F)

Finally two images from Zaltbommel, my favourite rest stop on the way to work.
A rainy street:
(Hasselblad 500 CM, 50mm Distagon, Kodak Tri-X)

A man walking his dog on the riverbank:
(Hasselblad 500 CM, 50mm Distagon, Kodak Tri-X)

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