Geleen – Along The Rails

Geleen – Along The Rails

Sony NEX6 – Sigma 19mm lens

So, here is the truth:

If you want to take better photos, especially in low light situations like sunrise, sunset, or at the blue hour, you better have the following:

Tripod, good camera and fast lens…. and of course the most important from them all, knowing what you’re doing!

Because if you don’t know what you’re doing, none of the above will matter.

Not even the best camera in the world is going to take the photos for you. It will help, but I’m sure I’d do better with any basic, entry level DSLR.

Why?

Because I know how to spot great compositions, light, and I know how to set up the camera for the best result.

Luckily, there is an amazing course you can get your hands on and start learning immediately, if that’s what you desire.

It’s from Marc Muench and it’s called Landscape Photography.

I went through this training few years ago and I must say it’s really good!…

…and that’s because the information is pure, specific and doesn’t overlap.

One thing I used to hate a lot was when I bought a new course and realized that a lot of the information was overlapping with a course I bought from another photographer.

And so… Landscape Photography from Marc Muench is different and very unique.

Anyway…

If you want to level up with your photography, Marc will give you a lot of “aha” moments and put you on the right path… and answer your questions.

But it isn’t cheap…

It’s more than I like to pay.

But It’s worth every penny!

It’s that good!

Click the link below, It will take to the course where you can get a short glimpse before you decide to purchase.

Marc Muench – Landscape Photography

All the best…

Libor “learning everyday” Bednarik

Watch Now! New Time Lapse Film Takes You Deep Into Sittard-Geleen History

For a quick sign up go here: http://sittard365.com/film-question/

What you’ve just watched is a short one minute trailer for my new time lapse film that highlights some of the best places in Sittard-Geleen and around Europe…. and what could easily be your gateway whenever you want to escape the pressure of your daily life.

In fact, this film could easily be your favorite thing you’ll watch this year.

And if that’s the case, there is a big chance you’ll share it with your friends.

I’m telling you… this project, when it’s completed, can be your motto for your future projects.

Heck, it can even change your life…

Who knows…

My friend is still talking about the first part I’ve successfully finished.

Well if nothing… at least it’s going to be fun to watch.

You want to join us and see it completed?

Here is where you go:

http://sittard365.com/film-question/

Best,

Libor “Sittard’s best photographer” Bednarik

Orbis Medisch Centrum Sittard-Geleen

I’ve been at the Orbis Medisch Centrum in Sittard-Geleen many times but this was different.

The light was perfect.

It was cold and I remember having real trouble holding my tripod while cycling on my bike.

Anyway…

When I came there I found this beautiful spot.

If you look closely you’ll see a triangle that makes this composition work.

In fact, any well thought objects in the shot, lines, or “S” curves or whatever, will pull you into the photograph without you even noticing.

A good composition should lead you into the photograph and then to certain areas in the photo which should provoke some kind of emotion.

Anyway…

I don’t want to spill all the beans here.

I’ll better do that in my upcoming photography guide…

“An Unconventional Guide To Take Stunning Images”

Which will emerge from the deep ocean soon.

In fact, it should be ready in couple of months.
There is a lot I want to cover, so stuck up your storage room with food and water because this is going to be a long weekend.

As well as covering the details, I want to answer your questions…

If you think it maybe something of interest to you, then get on my notification list…
Just follow the link below

http://sittard365.com/photo-guide/

Best,

Libor Bednarik

Around Geleenbeek

Around Geleenbeek…Love the trail along the Geleenbeek. Today I decided to take my camera with me and capture some of the autumn flavor.

If you like this image and would like to have a print version or get a commercial licence, please contact me.

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Morning At Ten Eijsden

Morning At Ten Eijsden…Just a quick photo from Ten Eijsden. Perfect location for a mountain bike enthusiast!

Anyways, if you like this image and would like to have a print version or get a commercial licence, please contact me.

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Eijsdenervoetpad Panorama In Geleen

Eijsdenervoetpad Panorama In Geleen…There are few amazing tails not only for hiking but for mountain biking too. I was surprised to stumble upon some view points, gravel roads and single trails.

This particular spot was great example of why I do panorama photography. With multiple photos stitched together I can give you the chance to see the whole picture. The landscape was beautiful…

Anyways, if you like this image and would like to have a print version or get a commercial licence, please contact me.

Also check the pricing list.

 

Sunrise In Geleen

Sunrise In Geleen…Went for a morning ride to Geleen and took my Sony Nex 6 with me. Took this beautiful panorama on the way. Hope you like it. I must go to Geleen more often. A lot of people don’t like it there but I think there are some places that are worth to capture.

Anyways, if you like this image and would like to have a print version or get a commercial licence, please contact me.

Also see the pricing list.

354/365 Orbis Medical Center

 

Sony NEX 6, Sigma 19mm f/2.8
ISO 400, f/4, 1/50 sec, Raw

Orbis Medical Center

Few days ago I went inside the Medical center to take some images for a client. I first spent some time online looking for motivation. I saw some images and was excited to go there myself. I did not expected to be blown away! First I thought that this place is HUGE and it’s gonna be impossible to capture the essence of it! It really exceeded all my expectations as I was walking around digesting all that space. I was wondering how am I going to capture it with my humble 19mm Sigma lens. Simply not wide enough!!!

The only way I could impress anyone would be to do multiple shoots vertically and horizontally at once. The question was how far can I push it. Can I cover 150 -170 degrees, vertically and horizontally? I’ve done my calculations and realized that in order to cover as much I will have to take 36 images and then combine them in Photoshop without blowing up my laptop.

I did try few cycles until I had my hand rock steady and found that sweet spot to rotate my lens around the center point. It was great! I took couple of panorama images there and I’m glad that the client liked it too…

Here is one of the panorama I took that day…Enjoy it. Please if you like it, let me know..

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346/365 Train At Sunrise

 

Sony NEX 6, 55-210mm Sony lens
ISO 100, f/16, 1/100 sec, Raw

Train At Sunrise

AMAZING morning!!! Did you get the chance to go out? Ohhh that was great! Also the morning fog was excellent. I grabbed this shot while I was going to Munstergeleen…Hope you like it!

If you like this image and would like to have a print version, please contact me.

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