This is the last (and longest) post based on the shots I captured last wednesday in Amsterdam. Turns out if wasn’t a very bad afternoon in spite of the many clouds, since we’ve been seeing tons of rain in the Netherlands for the past days. Not much to complain, although the sunlight proved to be a challenge on many occasions.
In this post you’ll see ten shots from two different scenes. First, a beautiful view on Amsterdam, taken from the “Kalvertoren” almost at the end of the famous Kalverstraat, the end near the Munt tower at Muntplein (see Here maps).
It’s a shopping mall in fact, and if you take the elevator to the top floor you can enjoy a splendid view on just about all sides of Amsterdam, enjoying a drink or even a small meal (I’m not getting paid to write this by the way, it’s just another “must see” when you’re visiting Amsterdam).
View from the Kalvertoren
You’ll be behind huge windows – warm and safe, but to capture the view you will have to push your lens to the glass. That works most of the time, but not if you have an extremely orange Nokia Lumia 930 – so I had to leave that out in this scene. So let’s start with the LG G3 and the Galaxy K Zoom.
I’m starting to sound like a broken record maybe, but again you’ll see contrast / colours in LG’s result appear to be “more pleasing”. Maybe it’s fun to share the crops of these shots directly.