Fotomarathon Rotterdam

This morning, I ended 24 hours of walking around Rotterdam, where I took part in the 'Fotomarathon Rotterdam'. 24 hours, 24 themes, 24 pictures. My entries (and the themes) can be found here.

It was a lot of fun, even though it was a bit long, a bit cold and a bit wet.

We received the themes in sets of four, every four hours and most notably the first four themes were the hardest. Not so much because of the particular themes, but because of having to 'change my mindset' and tune in to the possibilities around me.
Then, the photographers shooting digital (like me) had a major advantage over the guys using analogue. The analogue guys where only allowed to hand over one role of film with 24 images. 24 images in the right sequence, the order in which the themes were handed over.
The guys shooting digital also were allowed to only hand in 24 pictures in the right order, but they were allowed to shoot as many images as they liked, deleting the bad ones. As long as the order of the 24 images they submitted was the same in which they were communicated.

Some of the images I'm really happy about. Only after finishing did I realise it would have been interesting to use my model-of-the-day in every picture, not 'just' the 10 he is in now.

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