Dunkirk review; War personified

Dunkirk is Christopher Nolan’s latest film about the Allied Forces and their struggle to evacuate after German Forces have cornered them in Dunkirk. Facing torrential air attacks, Christopher Nolan’s film is a contained spectacle of tension and anxiety. Accurately mirroring the dread and horror of war, Dunkirk bends and threatens to break into a spiral…

Best Cinematography of 2016; My Picks

Best Cinematographer Bojan Bazelli, Pete’s Dragon Bradford Young, Arrival Linus Sandgren, La La Land James Laxton, Moonlight Robbie Ryan, American Honey Sturla Brandth Grøvlen, Victoria (header picture) Bojan Bazelli Bazelli’s Pete’s Dragon is breath-taking. It has the wonder of a child, hues and lights seem to come in warm, washed out tones similar to how…

A bubbly post for Christmas

Merry Christmas Eve everyone :)) It’s fifteen minutes into Christmas over here…and I always stay up a little later well ya know…Santa is a busy guy okay! He can’t possibly make an appearance in every house RIGHT?! *defends Santa like a child* Anyhow, Christmas this year has been extremely hectic. Talk about 12 days of…

Panoramas of Eastern Europe

This is what I’ve been wanting to show you guys for the longest time! If you’ve been haven’t seen my recent posts, I’ve done 7 posts (with mainly pictures) on my trip to Eastern Europe. I decided to dedicate a special post to panoramic photos from places all around. Enjoy 🙂 Halstatt, Austria.  Vienna Fisherman’s…

Fluid life

I was thinking of compiling a list of interesting night shots I captured during my trip holiday a month or so ago. I was playing around with the frame rate and the way I could essentially capture a snapshot of moving life. I’ve sort of developed a fascination with these kinds of photos and I…

My Trip To Eastern Europe,part 7

Prague Prague’s our second last destination before we travel back to Munich. The word in the street is definitely true. Prague is a hell of a beautiful place. I wish I had more time to spend here, but we still managed to make it worthwhile. The funny thing was I didn’t get to see the…

My Trip To Eastern Europe, part 6

There’s alot of exciting things I wanna share you guys in this post on my travels to Berlin and Dresden. But I wanna begin it with this sight I chanced upon whilst taking a stretch when our tour bus came to stop for a while at the sideroad. Dog’s are indeed man’s best friend. There’s…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 5

Krakow, Poland. I didn’t have any pictures from the concentration camp we visited prior to this day, it just didn’t feel right to me. But I will talk about it, and if you do get the chance to come to Eastern Europe and Poland, try making a trip down to Auschwitz. Our tour guide for…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 4

Donovaly, Slovakia So after our stay in Hungary, it was time to move to Krakow, Poland. It was a 6 hour journey so we stopped en route in Donovaly, Slovakia. And I can tell you the journey from Budapest to Poland was THE MOST beautiful ‘roadtrip’ I’ve ever seen and probably anywhere. Yes, a bold…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 3

Budapest, Hungary I love Budapest. I’m not really sure why I like it so much. I mean, Halstatt was really breath-taking, Vienna was cool but Budapest immediately struck me. And even when I consider places I went after that like Krakow, Berlin and Prague, Budapest stands out as one of my favourite places…I would definitely…