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Transportation (September 20-24, 2006)

Holger Buhr

Niehler Hafen, Cologne

Wil Brugman


Ve(n)locity, headquarters of Transportia, The Netherlands

September 24, 14.00 Ve(n)locity time

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© 2006 Wil Brugman, All Rights Reserved.



Instead of clips from a magazine or newspaper, I pasted digital photo clips into a panoramic decor and made my own virtual show-box. Really nice is the possibility to make incredible combinations. I had the idea to make a close decor of all kind of "tall" buildings and other objects.
Therefore I shot all kind of things that are in one way or another related to transport such as: buildings, cranes, towers etc.
There are so many things that people use to transport something. (or themselves!)
My children and their friends were enthusiast about my approach of this theme and supported with some good ideas. Here it is: I made the city look very busy. Besides that it is surprising and humorous!


Cameras: Pentax ist Ds, Canon G5, Konica Revio C2 (very portable).
Lenses: Raynox DCR-CF 185Pro converter,Nikon fc-e9 converter, Pentax fish eye 10-17 mm.
Software: Rawshooter essentials, Panorama Tools, PTgui, Picture Publisher, Picture Man.

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