Follow my blog with Bloglovin In December last year, we had the opportunity to follow a free workshop […]
Last week I posted my video of our city break in Budapest. As a beginner in video editing, this is what I learned from making a travel diary video.
Because of our renovation plans, I’ve become more interested in architecture and design. This exhibition about Le Corbusier […]
I always thought that video editing is best done on a laptop or computer. However, tablets have become […]
Even though it’s May, the weather in Belgium is still below 15°C. We’ve had one week of real […]
I don’t know what it is about Japan that makes it so perfect for street photography. If you’ve […]
Remember: Follow the bunny, he has the chocolate!Happy Easter everyone.
Polarizing filters are a useful addition to your photographer’s kit. They reduce glare and reflections but they can also boost the colours of your photos. This makes them a useful tool for a variety of photography styles such as landscape, travel and product photography. I recently bought the AmazonBasics Circular Polarizing filter and these are my first impressions of this budget filter.
The Horta & Wolfers exhibition combined two of my favourite things: jewellery design and Art Nouveau. We went there in December last year, for my birthday. Unfortunately, the exhibition has ended by now. But I have some photos to share for those interested.