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Amsterdam Damrak



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VincentRoccoPhoto Platinum
 
Stunning imagery and composition 🛡️

Behind The Lens

Location
This photo is taken at the iconic "Damrak" street in Amsterdam. The water in front of the houses was perfectly still so made a great reflection
Time
I took this photo during blue hour on march 31th 2021.
Lighting
The lights of the houses reflect perfectly in the water of the canal
Equipment
I used a tripod and my go-to camera and lens; Canon 80D + EF24-105 f/4L IS USM at 24mm, f/8, 25s, iso100
Inspiration
I was trying out my then new 24-105 lens, I took this shot before right after blue hour and really wanted to go back during blue hour and with good reflections. After a few tries this is the result.
Editing
Basic adjustments in the highlight and shadow areas, toned the temperature down a notch to get the blue sky.
In my camera bag
Canon 80D, 24-105 f/4L, 16-35 F/4L, tripod
Feedback
This is a must see location in Amsterdam, definitely during Corona times there were no boat trips possible; not good for them but good for me as a photographer. When visiting, wait until summer when the boat tours are less busy and troubling the waters in the canals.

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