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Review: Sleeklens Landscape Lightroom Presets

Review: Sleeklens Landscape Lightroom Presets

Recently I received the opportunity to review one of the Sleeklens products, the Through The Woods workflow for Adobe Lightroom. The workflow contains a bundle of 51 presets and 30 brushes targeted specifically for landscape photography. Besides the Through The Woods...

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Metro Art in Stockholm

Metro Art in Stockholm

Stockholm’s Metro system (in Swedish "Tunnelbana" or "T-bana") is 110 kilometer long and houses a unique collection of sculptures, artworks and exhibitions. More than 90 of the 110 stations are beautifully decorated by artists. Just as fascinating as the artworks...

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Winter in Stockholm

Winter in Stockholm

At the end of January, when winter had come over Stockholm, I did a private photo walk through the city center. We walked from Skeppsholmen via Gamla Stan towards Slussen. Click the images to view a larger version. View towards Gamla Stan from Skeppsholmen. View...

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The Crete Senesi

The Crete Senesi

Last week I posted a photo from the Chianti region of Tuscany in Italy. The Chianti region is known for it's vine- and olive-yards. There are, however, very different landscapes to be seen in Tuscany, completely lacking the lush and green freshness of the grape- and...

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First sunbeams in Chianti

First sunbeams in Chianti

Two weeks ago we were traveling in Tuscany, Italy, and stayed for a few days in Radda in Chianti in the heart of the Chianti region. This region is famous for it's beautiful and picturesque landscapes filled with vineyards, olive trees and typical Tuscan style...

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About René

René Timmermans (born in Winterswijk, the Netherlands, 1968) is a freelance travel and landscape photographer.

Although he is born and raised in the Netherlands René is currently based in Stockholm, Sweden.

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