I have new blog pages for my works of Brussels, Brugge and Ghent; Rome, Corfu & Paxos; Prague and Porto, Lisbon and Gaia.
I decided to switch to Amazon as a publisher for my PhotoBooks as they have a huge marketplace.
Hi everyone, a small selection of my travels works, some more photographic, some more paintographic.
I often take shots that I never do anything with of things that catch my eye and/or appeal to my sense of humour when I’m walking around on my travels. I thought I’d share with you some such shots of Brussels that have previously never seen the light of day, until now that is. 🙂
I did a video promo tour featuring some of the works in my new online exhibition. https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibition/218740/paintography-by-leigh-kemp
Hi everyone, as the saying goes, “in for a penny in for a pound!”. 🙂
I decided to enter four additional entries in the Travel competition.
and my original entry
If you like ’em please share.
Thanks and Best wishes,
I’m not a big fan of converging verticals. One of the first things that I habitually do with my architectural works is correct for these, my favourite tool of choice being DXO Viewpoint. In my opinion, this program is pretty much a must-have for anyone interested in photographing architectural views. I also use their PhotoLab and previously Optics Pro software for some basic corrections but Viewpoint is a great product for more advanced correction and integrates with both Optics Pro and PhotoLab.
A small tip, when framing the scene do not frame the subject too tightly, leave a fair amount of “wiggle” room around edges 🙂 as it’ll be needed when applying correction. Else you will end up with parts of the building cut off. This is the exception to my general habit of composing a scene 100% in the viewfinder and not cropping during processing. As an exception to the above I’ll not be using this process if I ever get to photograph the leaning tower of Pizza. 🙂