Enkhuizen Holland

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As promised
From our trip to Holland, pictures from the town of Enkhuizen in the northern part of Holland.
Thanks for looking
Nico


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Nice set. Shows the colorful, quaint town....pastoral yet close knit. Lovely waterways.
 
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Nice set. Shows the colorful, quaint town....pastoral yet close knit. Lovely waterways.

It surely is a beautifull smal town, there is water everywhere and no house is changed without aproval, they realy take care.
Thanks Karen
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Wonderful set, my fave is the bikes lined up along the brick wall...! :cool:

I realy had a fun time taking that picture, a lady came a bit to early, and I had to ask politely to wait for a minute before stepping in the picture.
She was a bit disapointed, so I also took one with her in it :smile:
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I realy had a fun time taking that picture, a lady came a bit to early, and I had to ask politely to wait for a minute before stepping in the picture.
She was a bit disapointed, so I also took one with her in it :smile:
Thanks
Nico

That's the spirit, let her join in the fun...! :tongue:
 
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I really like Holland. These peaceful, small villages make me wish to move and live there the rest of my life.
The colors are very nice. I´d desaturate the reds (tipically excessive in Nikon cameras) a bit, though...
 
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I really like Holland. These peaceful, small villages make me wish to move and live there the rest of my life.
The colors are very nice. I´d desaturate the reds (tipically excessive in Nikon cameras) a bit, though...

Hi Rui
Yes I know what you mean, particulary this place is something special and in many parts of the town, it looks like time has stood still.
As for the reds, I mostly use RAW, but in the case of the bike,s I could not resist :smile:
Nico
 
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Nice set, Nico!

I'm traveling all around the world and there is so much to see in my own country...

I agree.
Plan to do a fotosession for a week in the province of Drente.
Mostly backyard pictures.
Hope it works out
Nico
 
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Hi Rui
Yes I know what you mean, particulary this place is something special and in many parts of the town, it looks like time has stood still.
As for the reds, I mostly use RAW, but in the case of the bike,s I could not resist :smile:
Nico

The bikes are fine! Actually, I love that particulat image. I meant the roofs. I am always struggling against the same problem as "my" roofs often turn out oversaturated. I believe that it is something Nikon should fix.
 
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The bikes are fine! Actually, I love that particulat image. I meant the roofs. I am always struggling against the same problem as "my" roofs often turn out oversaturated. I believe that it is something Nikon should fix.

Think I know what you mean, though in this particular set, I made sure not to set contrast to the pictures, and showed raw and not jpeg.
For me its the color of gras that gives a picture away, cauce in tact with brighter colors, the gras gets always greener on the other side :smile:

In general, I agree with you on Nikon, as pictures, especialy in sunshine tend to be a bit like you wrote, oversaturated even though I try to set my camera to -0.3
Thanks for your comments
Nico
 
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I can understand why :smile:
If I find the time, I will make another set for NC tomorrow, the town has defenitely caught my attention.
Nico

see if you can find the fish shop where I bought this, delicious by the way

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