I must first apologize for the enormous processing backlog that has kept me from posting any images from the Amsterdam and Prague workshops several months ago to the site; the astute of you will have seen them go up on Flickr a little while ago, though.
I’d like to collate these by theme and present them here as curated photoessays; we’ll start with the boats of Amsterdam; which I felt was very much the essence of the city – new, old, majestic, run down, but all with character; and an inseparable part of the canals, which define Amsterdam itself. Curiously, I didn’t see any red-light or coffeeshop boats, which seems to be an odd omission given how prevalent such activities are throughout the city…
These images were made during the October 2013 Making Outstanding Images Workshop in Amsterdam; I will be holding three more of these in Melbourne, Sydney and London later this year. Click here for more info, and to sign up.
2014 Making Outstanding Images Workshops: Melbourne, Sydney and London – click here for more information and to book!
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