Sunday, September 10, 2006

annick vanderschelden's photography: commercial site link

annick vanderschelden's photography

Sunday, August 06, 2006


Jazz and blues music in Brussels. July 21th. 

Thursday, August 03, 2006

King Albert II of Belgium

 King Albert II of Belgium photographed by Annick Vanderschelden at the National Day, July 21th 2006. Copyright Annick Vanderschelden.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006



Here are some worldwide random critiques:

drackness (139) [2006-08-01 3:52] [Reply]
felicidades por esta toma, muy buen retrato

ruudblok (8375) [2006-08-01 3:58] [Reply] [+]

Very nice contrast play
Good use of DOF
Good composition
Well done
marcocig (1583) [2006-08-01 3:59] [Reply] [+]

Beautiful composition and I like the grain here.



dada (3482) [2006-08-01 4:01] [Reply] [+]
Hi Annik!

exceptional work, great mood here, it feels surreal, like a Bergman movie...


rickyvinluan (165) [2006-08-01 4:21] [Reply] [+]
hi annick,
this can be used in poster. very high contrast. nice compo.



Sunday, July 30, 2006

annick vanderschelden's TrekLens portfolio


If you use the Title link you can compare and view what some major changes can do to a capture. I published my picture without further compo, contrast, rotating 'research'at TrekLens..
Now,the result shown above I'm quite satisfied about it..


Annick Vanderschelden

Saturday, July 29, 2006

A draft

This blog is only a draft right now. Nevertheless the key word here is photography:
My photography! So I will post photographs I made or have made in the past.

So we'll see where it goes. 

Links will be there to other sites, blogs where you can view Annick Vanderschelden's photographs.
Some photographs are like I want them to be others are asking for feedback. So very welcome critiquewise.

Probably photo editing, managing and archiving software will be discussed.  I hope it will be some kind of tutorial for you and me.

So let us start with a picture being published at TrekLens, and at my Opera blog. Above you can view this image.
Feedback was positive on this photograph. It is one selected out of 'many' I took during a fire. Hope you enjoy it.

Underlying idea of this blog is also learning or coming into contact with computer related stuff like blogging and so. Name it a photography derivative.

Further on...for me is it also important to learn English or to ameliorate this language as it is in my opinion the computer language.

Thanks for visiting.