Jump to content

Sinister Suspect

  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation


About Sinister Suspect

  • Rank
    Oblivion State Member
  • Birthday November 5

Contact Methods

  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • Interests
    Music, architecture and culture

Recent Profile Visitors

583 profile views
  1. So I was asked numerous times on Facebook and Twitter about my photos and how I edit them, so I decided to make a video about it and show the entire process. My process of editing my photos is usually: 1. Lightroom 2. HDR Efex Pro 3. Sharpening 4. Color Efex Pro And this is the video showing the entire process, hope I can help somebody with it.
  2. Btw, I would also consider the Sigma 8-16mm UWA, not a fisheye but damn what do I love that 8mm!
  3. I figured it was time to post my first report! Probably one which has passed by here quite some times already, but I guess this place just never gets boring. Abandoned for over 15 years now, because a new and more modern resort opened it's doors nearby. The health resort / bathhouse opened it's doors in 1868 and at the time counted a total of 58 bathtubs. This was quite a luxurious place and attracted wealthy and royal visitors from all over Western Europe. What great fun we had exploring this place, we arrived very early in the morning right after sunrise. We made our way straight to the entrance hall to catch the light falling in. For a more detailed report plus even more photos you can take a look on my website by clicking the link below. I felt it would be a bit overkill to post ALL the photos in this post. Click here for the full location report on my website Thanks for taking a look!
  4. Well up until now all my explores have been shot on a Canon 550D with a Sigma 8-16mm lens, 18-50mm or my trusty Samyang 8mm fisheye. However end last year I won a new camera and lens with a photobook about urbex, so from this year on all my explores will be shot on a Canon 6D with my new Sigma 24-35 ƒ2 ART lens or my Samyang 14mm lens. I'm still looking into upgrading the Samyang 14mm to the Sigma 12-24mm UWA, which is a fullframe equivalent to my crop sensor Sigma 8-16mm.
  5. I do all my video work with Adobe Premiere and After Effects, but for basic editing that might be overkill, go with Sony Vegas instead, that should do the job.