Regular programming will continue after my trip, but in the mean time, some more history. Utrecht’s Rietveld-Schröder house, a 1920s example of “De Stijl”, and UN heritage site. This is a picture I am printing, on request, for a client:
200 ISO, f/5.6. I thought of going back if the weather improves, but why? This house was built for the Dutch environment and weather, so what better to show it there?
Architecture Tip: Walk all around the house or building you are photographing and shoot it from every angle. It’s often not until later when you see which angles really worked best.