I attempted to post these last night but I guess it didn't work... I went to Brussels with Rotary and a whole bunch of other exchange students and we walked around and saw all of the important buildings in Brussels. The architecture is just incredible! With some color tweaking on Photoshop, the things that matter really stand out and details are wonderfully accentuated. Enjoy! I think it's great work for the day!
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Today was a tough day for me, but it ended up a high note, especially looking out over the Belgian landscape, which is beautiful to begin with, and seeing this wonderful full moon. I made sure to grab my camera before it got too dark and shot a few photos. They turned out lovely and I didn't even have to edit them :) Ahhh the wonders of natural beauty...
Sunday, August 22, 2010
This is a picture from the lovely city of Brugge and the giant cathedral that stands tall and proud in the middle of it. I was just standing at the base and when I looked up, I realized that the lamp post was in a perfect place so I shot a couple pictures in the middle of the busy streets of Brugge. With some color enhancements, I think it makes for a very nice picture :)
Posted by Emma Clark at 2:15 PM
Friday, August 20, 2010
So here are my first pictures that I shot and edited in Belgium. These are all from around the house that I'm staying at. I took some time today and shot about 60 photos. Which, for me, is not very many, but I didn't have a whole lot of time. I came out with some beautiful pictures and editing them really made them special. My favorite is definitely the top one with the ladder. I am satisfied with what I have done today :)
Posted by Emma Clark at 3:51 PM
Thursday, August 19, 2010
So I was all ready to post my first pictures from Belgium when Blogger decided that it wasn't going to let me post my new ones. Oh well I think this one is pretty cool :) This is from the plane (obviously) just before we started our descent into Brussels (or Bruxelles en français). The clouds are incredible from overhead. Too bad I was so limited by the size, and cleanliness, of the plane window. But I think I came out with a pretty good picture!