As you might have noticed, it has been a while since my last post. Although I have taken some pictures the past months, which I will share later, I simply couldn’t find the time, nor energy, to post my work. Luckily, there came an end to my lack of motivation, as I visited Scotland and got re-energized!
I have added a new feature to this website! From now on you will be able to look for the locations where I have taken my pictures. In this first release the locations are limited to The Netherlands, however in the future I’ll upgrade it with more locations I have visited around the world. Quickly
I have mentioned my niece Marjolein Linders a couple of times on Luvo Photography. Not only is she an incredible artist, she also is a great entrepreneur. Something I think you need to be if you want to be successful in the world of arts. Proof of that entrepreneurship is the Pop-up Art Shop. A pop-up
I am sure that after buying your new DSLR you checked the box and probably knew most items packed in there. A neck strap, a battery, a cap to protect your camera when there is no lens attached, and a little piece of plastic. This little piece of plastic is called the Eyepiece cap. In this blog I’ll explain what this little cap
I noticed that the number of visitors, comments and likes went down after moving my WordPress.com site to my self-hosted website. I assume that the main reason for that is that my blog is not showing up in the WordPress Reader. So now I am looking for new ways to improve traffic and interaction on this website. My first step
Not too long ago I shared some pictures of the Giro d’Italia and ten tips on how to capture your pets. A technique that is useable both in sports and pet photography is called panning. Panning is a method used in photography to capture (quickly) moving subjects. In this blog I’ll discuss how to apply panning
This week I won’t be sharing any photos I worked hard on, and won’t share any good tips for you. This week I just share a few words from my diary. Last weekend I visited the Photo Fair, the largest photography event in the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg). I won some tickets in a photography contest by Saal Digital (which
Since I started with photography I became a tourist in my own country. My first project were the windmills at the Kinderdijk. From that point on I am looking for beautiful spots in my country to capture. Today, I’ll share some of these spots with you and advise you on the best time to visit.
Last Sunday (the 8th of May 2016) was the third and final day the Giro d’Italia crossed The Netherlands before heading to its home country. And while I captured most of the riders during the time trial in Apeldoorn, I did not had the change to capture the “peloton” in her glory. Luckily for me, we visited
I think that the Dutch are (in)famous for a few things, and cycling definitely is one of those things! Tourist visiting Amsterdam are complaining about those crazy locals rushing their bikes through dense traffic. Those idiots riding with great determination not to stop for anything. It won’t come as a surprise that the Dutch went crazy last year, when