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One of our two local windmills, this is the Nieuwe Molen (new mill) from 1911.

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From my recent holiday in Zaanse Schans (apart from last two )

#1


#2


#3


#4


#5


#6


#7 - inside the windmill is a mill


#8


#9


#10


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Love the colors on #1
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I like the long exposure shots.
But #7 stands out for me.
I assume you used an ND-filter and tripod
Either that or you have iso10 and a very steady hand.
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Anand, this is a lovely set. Love the brilliance of the light and clarity in the colour shots, as well as the time exposed motion blur of the spinning arms, especially #2, as well as the interior shot of the mechanism of the mill as singled out by Domien. But also the B&W particularly #8. Thanks for sharing.
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Originally posted by Coast Coast wrote:

Love the colors on #1


Thanks it's my favourite too hence I put it first

Originally posted by Dopol Dopol wrote:

I like the long exposure shots.
But #7 stands out for me.
I assume you used an ND-filter and tripod
Either that or you have iso10 and a very steady hand.


Yes a 10 stop ND filter and tripod.
But #7 was handheld with Laowa 15mm @0.4s

Originally posted by Jozioau Jozioau wrote:

Anand, this is a lovely set. Love the brilliance of the light and clarity in the colour shots, as well as the time exposed motion blur of the spinning arms, especially #2, as well as the interior shot of the mechanism of the mill as singled out by Domien. But also the B&W particularly #8. Thanks for sharing.


Thanks for compliments. I am glad someone liked the b&w. I wasn't sure if it would work but I decided to give a try anyway. Otherwise how do you learn right
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Modern windmills on the Maasvlakte (Rotterdam)


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