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London Skyline with The Shard by JoelTjintjelaar

London Skyline with The Shard – London 2015.
[Shard – noun – a broken piece or fragment, as of pottery or glass.]
Architect Renzo Piano on the design of The Shard: “We will use clear glass – low iron glass. It’s also called extra white glass in England. This is very different from regular glass, which is very green (…) So depending on the day, the light and the position of the sun, the building will look different.” In other words: The Shard’s colour and mood are constantly changing, sensitive to the changing sky around it.
My images are processed to be printed large. A collection of my work can be seen as large format prints at the Rotella galleries in NYC and Las Vegas.
Processing method: same as for my B&W photos – see on my website: http://ift.tt/1IzsxyT
Photographed with the Formatt-Hitech 16 stops Firecrest ND filter.
ISO 200
f/6.3
Exposure time: 6 minutes 25s
Lens: Canon 24mm TS-E lens with upwards shift.

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Colours of New York City by JoelTjintjelaar

Colours of New York City.
The colour rendition of my Visual Acoustics VIII – New York City Sunrise image.
More colour work to come.
Most photo sharing sites on the Internet don’t do justice to my panoramic images. Even more, no photo sharing site does do justice to my images at all. Best to see them live, for example at the Rotella galleries in NYC and Las Vegas where you can see my images in sizes up to almost 100 inches (2.5 meters).
I used my iSGM B&W workflow method for processing this image. Yes, it’s applicable to anything;)
If you’re interested in how to create images like I do, then check out the best selling book on B&W fine-art photography that I co-authored with Julia Anna Gospodarou

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One WTC – NYC by JoelTjintjelaar

One WTC (by PhaseOne IQ260 Achromatic)
Recently I got the opportunity to test drive the PhaseOne IQ260 Achromatic in New York City at the new One WTC building in NY, generously provided by Lance Schad​ from Digital Transitions in NY. If you want to read about my experience with the PhaseOne IQ260 and see before and after images (what a fantastic dynamic range and detail!) then go read
the article on my website

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