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Joel Tjintjelaar
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International Award winning B&W fine art photographer
International Award winning B&W fine art photographer

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Photography Location Guide
A new series on my favorite photography locations with tips and recommendations how to access it and when and how to photograph it. Part 1: the Zeeland Bridge in the Netherlands and the Chrysler Building in NYC.
Oh and if you want to benefit from my Black Friday discounts from 25 to 60% off, then there are only a few hours left.
http://www.bwvision.com/location-guide-favorite-photography-spots/

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Black Friday Offers
I have some interesting offers for Black Friday on my product page - should you be interested. And else you can still read my new article on Advanced Black and White Photography tips on my website: http://www.bwvision.com/black-white-photography-advanced-tips/
http://www.bwvision.com/products/

Black and white photography advanced tips
Because it's almost Black Friday I'm sharing my latest article with free tips for black and white photography.
And also due to Black Friday, I'll be launching my bwvision store page tonight with some interesting discounts.
http://www.bwvision.com/black-white-photography-advanced-tips/

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TOP 5 BOOKS THAT WILL INSPIRE AND BROADEN YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY HORIZON
A personal selection of photography books that are not the typical technical text books on photography, some aren’t even on photography at all, but they are all books that have proven to be influential books that have changed how art and fine art photography can be approached and thought of.
http://www.bwvision.com/top-5-photography-books/

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*PHOTOKINA 2016 IMPRESSIONS THROUGH THE EYES OF A BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHER *
What makes a black and white photographer, who always states that ‘gear is not important’ but that artistic intention and creativity matters, drool at the world’s largest trade fair for photography, and what drew his attention? Read my blogpost if you want to know
http://www.bwvision.com/photokina-2016-impressions/

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THE ARTIST’S INTENTION AS SUBJECT MATTER AND THE DECISIVE DETAIL IN OBJECT MATTER - A PERSONAL MANIFESTO ON FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY

An attempt to demystify and understand the creation of art and fine-art photography in particular. A theoretical and practical manifesto to defining, analysing, approaching and creating fine-art and other photographs that are considered meaningful. And finally an insight to my personal belief that art should communicate a statement, preferably an emotion and that in art, the artist’s intention, the subject matter, matters most: subjectivism.
It’s my personal Photography Manifesto of Subjectivism that you can use as a guide and make it yours, or just forget about it and reject. It’s not an absolute truth, just my strong conviction and personal statement. Read more on my website
http://www.bwvision.com/subjectivism-fine-art-photography-manifesto/

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Queen of New York City

The Chrysler building. If you consider the Empire State Building the King of New York City, then the Chrysler is the Queen.
Shot with 17mm TS lens and 16 stops of ND filters., 7 minutes exposure time.
Don’t ask why I left the signs and billboards in there. I’ll explain this and more in a few short essays on art in photography in the next weeks on my website. Highly theoretical but it’s time to switch from the technical part to the theoretical part, from aesthetics to passion.
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An interview I just did with +Paul Griffiths in his wonderful show.
Just posted up this weeks show where my guest was +Joel Tjintjelaar  who talks about his work, his future projects and also we get a peak into his early vocation from qualifying as a criminal lawyer straight into IT and finally on to Photography full time!. A great show...

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From Vision to final result in 13 minutes
The second demo video of my new black and white quick adjustments and conversion panel for Photoshop CC2014 or higher.
This time I selected a photo that I processed 6 years ago and took me around 12 hours to post process using one of the first versions of my iSGM B&W workflow method. I now do this with my B&W Quick Adjustments and conversion panel in less than 13 minutes in combination with my usual iSGM B&W workflow. You can see the complete processing in this video of 11 minutes: I cut out 2 minutes in which I was either waiting on my computer or taking a quick nap:)
More info on http://www.bwvision.com/black-white-quick-adjustments-con... or go straight to the webstore here:http://sites.fastspring.com/bwvision/product/blackandwhit...

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Fine art color workflow + Exploring Vision video bundle, with limited time offer discount
The Fine Art Color Workflow and Exploring Vision video tutorials that I produced with cinematographer +Armand Dijcks are now available as a bundle with a $49 discount till May 31, 2016.
http://www.bwvision.com/products/#videos
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