This post is absolutely going to be different from all my other posts. I visited the NDSM werf in Amsterdam, a former shipyard, where I had a meeting with another photographer, Björn Utpott from Canada. He guided through this very interesting industrialized and artistic location, while I had the opportunity to try his Panasonic LX3, GH1 with the 7-14mm wide angle lens, and Pentax K-7 with the DA 40mm f/2.8 Ultra Compact lens. Admitted, that these are just very short impressions, but I really liked working with the Pentax and the GH1.
So not only are these photographs taken with a dSLR, the Pentax as a matter of fact, but I kept them in color too. It was very interesting to use this camera, because it made me rethink my compositions, due to the camera and the focal length (60mm equivalent). It made a lot of sense to me to use a completely different focal length on the dSLR from what I am used too.
All photographs by Wouter Brandsma