When we travel we often pick neighbourhoods of interest to explore.
One such neighbourhood was Katendrecht in Rotterdam.
Our first stop was the Nederlands Fotomuseum. We lucked out as they were in the middle of changing the exhibition and the museum was free that day.
De Donkere Kamer (The Darkroom) had a unique way of showing off the history of photography.
Set up like a darkroom in the days of yore, a dozen developing trays each contained videos about photography.We watched the processing as it told the history.
Of particular interest to me was this tray showing the history of travel photography.On the walls were timelines that told the history of photography.
Stereoscopy, making all the images 3D.The new display they were putting up was of people portraits by four different photographers, and it was interesting to watch the display process.
More about our trip to Holland in 2015.