RX-100 in JapanPosted by Jeroen Selderslaghs Thu, August 01, 2013 21:43:57
In the end of the day my favourite subject for a good photograph will always be you, me, granny, the girl next door or simply put; just people. So many types, characters, shapes, emotions, stories; Beautiful, sad, happy, scary, dramatic, shocking, intresting, thought provoking. You name it, we have it all.
On that note i'd like to share a couple of b&w images i took during my last couple of weeks in Japan.
The moment he opened the eyes realizing he's connection right behind is about to leave without him.
I was fascinated by the silhouettes this view created. Took a couple of shots and decided i like this one the most. The Blur (no focus) turned out to be intented. :p
A contrast between a business man in a hurry and an old lady struggling to move forward.
RX-100 in JapanPosted by Jeroen Selderslaghs Wed, July 31, 2013 22:26:23
Love them, love them!!
Not only are they extremely beautiful with their intense colors and long elegant bodies. They also kill/eat mosquito's! The dragonfly's favourite lunch actually. How nice of them is that. :)
RX-100 in JapanPosted by Jeroen Selderslaghs Thu, July 18, 2013 13:56:42
At the moment of writing i am sitting at a desk somewhere in Kanagawa, Japan. The country where this little marvel was envisioned and designed.
About one year ago i was at the same place. Same situation. Altough now with already far more pictures. More memories captured. Simply due the fact, the fact that something is always with me, ready to capture those moments!
RX-100 GeneralPosted by Jeroen Selderslaghs Wed, July 17, 2013 23:45:13
My first hands on with the RX-100.
The first shots felt a bit weird to compose with a screen. I was used to a DSLR from the moment i started with photography a couple of years ago so i needed a bit of getting used to. But that happened rather quickly and soon i found myself enjoying and go with the flow of this little marvel.
The following shot is actually the 3th shot it took with it.
I soon realized that it not only fits in my jeans pocket. It also made me think out of the box and approach photography differently. A potential tool for food photography
More photo's at; http://www.flickr.com/photos/zizz_be/sets/72157634752148971/