109 thoughts on “In Camden Town, London.

  1. Love your photos – they look very much like paintings!
    Also, thanks for liking my recent post – I appreciate that.
    If you have any questions about videography/filmmaking, don’t hesitate to drop a line and/or check out my blog posts – many of them are in EnglishπŸ™‚

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  2. You have a wonderful talent for blending photography with digital photography. I’m partial to Camden, particularly Belsize Park… do you have any other pix of that?
    Danke!

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    • I’m glad you like it. Camden is such a interesting and creative place… it’s always worth to stay there!πŸ™‚

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      • Yes it really is, so much diversity. Definitely worth a visit!

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    • Hi Jada…and thank you for stopping by! I don’t like to use filters because they change the whole photo. I prefer to process the pictures partially in light, colors and contrasts. For this I use the different tools in Photoshop.

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  3. Wow, you have so much talent, in seeing a beautiful shot, in capturing the perfect moment and in enhancing it. The shots become both real and surreal. Makes me want to visit the places in your photos. Because I know even though they won’t quite look the same, they will provide the same emotions.

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    • Aww…thank you so much for your thoughtful and lovely feedback! I’m really delighted that you like my work!! Josephine.

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  4. Grand. Perfect. I so loved Camden last summer in London. We were a bit on a short schedule but I convinced every one to go. A load of photos to sort still.πŸ˜‰
    Your photo gives a very good impression of the place.

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      • Congrats.πŸ™‚ (I’m way behind, but that’s all right, because when you get back in time you find forgotten treasures… (Where did shoot that?)πŸ™‚

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  5. Great light on the chimney stacks, and I wonder what they’re talking about? Had to smile when I saw the KFC banner. A little touch of home in London! Places like that always made me feel a little less like a stranger in another land when there.

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  6. I love the processing of this shot – Camden (especially this very street) is such a vibrant place and the light and the processing really gives this shot a ‘buzz’.

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