Bruno Beildeck

Bruno Beildeck

A geek, a camera and a shot of espresso. | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    By the shoreline at midnight I set out to try and capture the beautiful starry sky. After some rock climbing and wondering around, I find the perfect spot, framing the shore, ocean and sky. There was something about that dreamy cloud too that made it all more appealing to me. This was captured on a tripod over a 30 second exposure in order to gather enough light, and also make the waves almost ghost-like in their appearance. All the way down on the horizon you can see what it looks like some city lights. Those are actually comercial ships, cutting through what is a very busy international comercial route. Most of them are heading to Itaguaí, a nearby city, in which they stop to collect iron ore.

  • Cmentarz Żydowski (Jewish Cemetery) - Warsaw, Poland

    Taken in the two-century old jewish cemetery of Warsaw. I kid you not, I got completely lost while exploring around. But I'm glad I did, because that's when I came across this long pathway that caught my attention. The Cmentarz Żydowski is one the biggest cemeteries in the world, spanning a total of 330.000 square meters (that's more than 50 soccer fields side-by-side!). I bet you would get lost too! This final picture is a blend of 3 shots with different exposures, in order to capture detail throughout the dynamic range.

  • Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    It's a common saying in portuguese that "Brazilians love to form a queue". And let me tell you, this was a big one. This was captured just beneath the Museum of Modern Art in Rio, one of the most important cultural institutions in Brazil. What everyone was waiting to see (myself included) was an exhibition by Ron Mueck. My goal here was to push the highlights and shadows to make an almost "nanquim" ink effect.

  • Caminito, Buenos Aires, Argentina

    In his own little corner at the busy street museum/alley of Caminito, this musician makes a living entertaining the tourists bystanders. He's been doing it for years, his eyes and expression says it all.

That's it for now, more photos every week.

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