Contemporary travel photography Amsterdam -the capital of the Netherlands, is famous for its coffee shops, red lights, and canals. Founded in 1275 (supposedly by two fisherman and their dog), the city grew in importance and wealth over the centuries as Dutch colonies were set up around the world. Companies like the Dutch East India Company (VOC) began transferring wealth to the city. Many travelers tend to frequent the coffee shops or wander the red light district. The city features amazing art museums, beautiful parks, and wonderful cafes. This city is by far one of the most beautiful in the world. There’s nothing like cruising around the canals on a sunny day or lying in Vondelpark reading a book! I used to live in Amsterdam, and I can tell you the best of Amsterdam is found outside the city center in the smaller neighborhoods with their canal-side cafes.
A person’s character is represented very broadly in the contemporary fine art travel photography, because it is no wonder that in the first place, we are interested in ourselves. A human being is the most favorite object of shooter for the majority of photographic artists. That is no secret that initially, we always try to search and recognize ourselves in other people.