A Photographer’s Guide to Amsterdam


A Photographer’s Guide to Amsterdam
by Jason Row

Amsterdam11aEarly morning is the best time to shoot in Amsterdam, by Bert Kaufmann
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Amsterdam, a city made famous by canals, cannabis and one or two other things, has the potential to be a photographer’s paradise. In reality, despite its very obvious photographic charms, it can be a particularly difficult city to capture. Part of this lies in its success as a tourist destination. On any given day it can be utterly overwhelmed with tourists, summer and winter alike. The other major contributing factor is its sleaziness, the red light district, cannabis coffee shops and legendary open society can combine to make the place a magnet for some of the more colourful elements of society. Today we are going to provide a short guide to get the best out of shooting this potentially amazing city.

Amsterdam11bAmsterdam is a great location for street photography. By Sgt. Pepper57
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A Photographer’s Guide to Amsterdam
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