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.
Sometimes you browse your gallery and you find little gems that you had discarded too quickly. I'm glad the cost of storage has gone down so much throughout the years: it allows you to be lazy and to keep tons of pics that would have been deleted otherwise. In the shot below, I had not ...
When you miss the cherry blossom season in Japan, USA is a perfectly acceptable alternate destination. Besides, you don't get the hundreds of Japanese people trying to take pictures or lying down under the trees The nice couple there was just perfect to complete the picture. If you know who they are, I'd like to ...
On a rainy day in Maine, USA.
Just experimenting with my wide angle lens and HDR and got this impromptu picture of this old man patiently waiting for the bus.
There was an amazing sunset over HK this evening and I am soooo happy I took my camera to the office today. I used some HDR effect on the pic to try out that application I've just purchased (Photomatix) and the results came out even better than I expected: it really looks like the city ...