Author Archives: Andreas Gros
Getting better at shooting with the Intrepid 4×5.
Trying my hands on some macro shots. This is the first macro shot I really like.
I’ve been trying out a Mamiya 645 camera this past weekend and this is one of the scans I just got back from the lab. I really like the heft and sturdiness of the camera. Now I just have to … Continue reading
Another one from the Netherlands. I spent a delightful hour in the company of these horses in the ‘De Biesbosch’ national park, close to the city of Dordrecht.
Another shot from our trip to the Netherlands. This is taken from the same corner of the Paterswoldsemeer as Drama. The windmill is called ‘De Helper‘ (The helper) and was built in 1863. After going out of service in the … Continue reading
This is a 20 second exposure from the shore of the Paterswoldsemeer, a large lake south of the city of Groningen in The Netherlands. The excellent thing about making photographs in the Netherlands is that you can rely on that … Continue reading
Our view from Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley earlier this evening. To me, this is why it’s called the Golden Gate.
Further explorations with the new 100-mm-macro lens. It also works for non-macro images. A great egret at the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
Posting the first shot in ages puts more emphasis on the image than it deserves. I was trying out a new lens this morning and I really like it. But I definitely have to practice a lot more with it.