In the mountains of Kyoto, around the Jingo-ji temple.
Amazing bamboo forest in Kyoto, not far from the Tenryuji temple in Arashiyama.
While browsing my archives, I noticed this nice picture of Kyoto (in Kiyomizudera to be precise) and decided to process it again with the latest version of Capture One. Again, I'm very impressed by what this application can do. However, I'm even more impressed by the camera that took this picture. I bought my Canon ...
A beautiful fallen trunk in the forest of Shiretoko in Hokkaido (Japan), a Unesco World Heritage which has been selected for being one of the richest integrated ecosystems in the world. Even if you're not exactly sure of what that means, you just cannot ignore how beautiful the forest is and how each little thing ...
Taken after work, just before an alleged typhoon that may never come.
Jökulsárlón, the ice lagoon, on a cloudy day. I can't wait to go back during summer time for example.
Taken as the sunset reflects on Hong Kong's IFC building. I used my Carl Zeiss 15mm lens and the picture quality never ceases to amaze me: the sharpness is so great, you feel you can zoom in forever. It also remains very sharp up to the corners!
Beautiful sunset (at 2:30pm!) in Tromsø while visiting the amazing fjords. Another example of what Capture One is capable of when you get to know how to use it! Here's the original picture for comparison.