Category Archives: Travel Photography

Some Things Never Change

In my post A Delicate Balance last week, I wrote about the dialectic process that photography is. On one hand, you have the technical foundation, that a photograph comes into being by technical means; and on the other hand, that … Continue reading

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Cuba Is Waiting for You

Do you want to come along for an amazing photo experience? In one of the most fascinating and photogenic countries in the world? Then come along on Blue Hour Photo Workshops’ next adventure to Cuba. During a whole week in … Continue reading

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Back from Cuba

Cuba is changing rapidly, particularly the capital, Havana. The influx of the increasing amount of tourists visiting the country is no more evident than in the country’s capital. It’s still nowhere near a city like for instance Prague, which I … Continue reading

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Back to Cuba

I am back in Cuba for I don’t know which time. It will be great to see how much this contradictory country has changed since I visited Cuba in November last year. I bet it’s significant changes. As I am … Continue reading

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Last Week’s Instagram

Once a week—or every so often—I will display one of my photos captured and/or processed with Instagram over the last week. It’s a way for me to show photography that usually is quite different from my regular work. Except for … Continue reading

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The Streets of Prague

This weekend I have been teaching a photo workshop in Prague. Prague is maybe one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and a dream for most photographers, whether professionals or just enthusiasts. That fact is even a challenge in … Continue reading

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Up in the High Mountain

As I wrote a few weeks ago in my post Being Flexible, I have enjoyed the possibility to get out in Mother Nature this summer. Moreover, as I wrote then, I had just been back from a week backpacking in … Continue reading

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