I Had a Feeling Something Bad Would Happen

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One of the last photos I made with My first Nikon D3s. It got stolen when I was on a weekend trip to Barcelona in 2010,  this photo is from the day before, I’m glad that I always backup the catch of the day to a hard drive in the evening.

  • Aperture: ƒ/1.4
  • Camera: NIKON D3S
  • Taken: 17 November, 2010
  • Focal length: 50mm
  • ISO: 1600
  • Shutter speed: 1/320s

A Little Red Restaurant

A Little Red Restaurant

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There are many of these small improvised restaurants in Mexico, they normally only serve one kind of food, but that’s not a bad thing, course that one dish is likely to be a very well cooked ,tasty and cheap one. so if you’re in Mexico – or some other country for that matter – and stumble upon one of these restaurants, don’t hesitate just sit down and get ready for a culinary experience.

I’ve done it many times, and never gotten sick afterwards, ass long ass the food is cooked, fried or otherwise heated, you should be safe.

Waiting for the Next Customer

I was walking around the streets of Bangkok, with no particular purpose then to get a feel of the place and the people who lived there. I love to walk around foreign places and just take in the atmosphere of the place. I of course always bring My camera on these small adventures. cause you never know what or who you may run into.

All post process was done in Lightroom with a little help from the Nik Software plug-in Viveza 2, I’m getting more and more found of the Nik Software plug-ins, they are really awesome, check out their 15 day trail versions, at their website.

Hi! He’s Looking at You Kid

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I was walking around the streets of Marrakesh with My friend Thomas, when we incidentally came by these old movie posters hanging at the front of an even older building. And right away the movie geek in me though, there must be a movie theater behind these walls somewhere.
I found a small gate/door that led in to an alley, where I could see the old ticket booth, I snapped a few photos and all of a sudden this guy came from out of nowhere, it turned out that he was the old film carrier and that he still had access to the theater, which he kindly opened up for us.

As far as I understood – I don’t speak French (or Arabic  at all, they have French as a second language in Morocco, because of the colonization) – the cinema was established in 1929 and had been open to the public until 2009, where it was shut down cause of bad circulation.

It’s a 7 RAW exposures HDR, made with Photomatrix, Photoshop and Topaz Adjust. it’s made from the balcony with a 12-24mm lens at 12mm.

  • Aperture: ƒ/5.6
  • Camera: NIKON D300
  • Taken: 28 October, 2009
  • Focal length: 12mm
  • ISO: 400
  • Shutter speed: 1/4s