Self-reflection – The follow-up

Previously I wrote on self-reflection. To start the year 2015, I want to give you an example of how I am looking to improve, and what my goals are. In this blog I will take a close look at some of my pictures and look for improvements. This is a long read, and actually I have written

Self-reflection. Are you honest to yourself?

With 2014 coming to an end, it is time for some reflection. And of course, when I blog, I want you to be intrigued, help you grow, entertain you, or share some beauty. This blog however, will be for myself. Because in some situations, I get really stuck and don’t know how to grow. Putting words on

Photographing a bottle with a single flash

Whenever my mates or I have our birthday, there is really one gift you can expect: whisky. We love to sit down, nose our glass and taste the whisky. We even organize our own tastings every now and then. This year my wonderful friends gave me a 18 year Highland Park. I was only 10 years old when the distillery

Laziness kills (your creativity)…

The winter of 2013/2014 was not a cold winter in The Netherlands. It felt more like a six month lasting autumn. Endless drizzling, grey days… I had one client at that time in Amsterdam and and traveled mainly by car. The route I took was the same route every day, but I didn’t mind. It started in the morning near

Free e-book on Creative Photography by Richard Bernabe

An interesting discussion is whether creativity is a born talent, or a skill we can learn. Personally I believe we can learn to be creative, but just like intelligence, you have to be “gifted”. Richard Bernabe wrote a free e-book called Creative Photography “Ten Easy Pieces”. Ten “easy pieces” to get creative. These ten tips are

The power of the Why-question

I think parents know better than anyone that children go through a “why phase”. A phase in a child’s life where they question everything. “Dad, why are you washing the car?”, “Mommy, why can’t I play outside?”, “Why is it raining?”, “Why do I need to eat my vegetables?”… And when you answer the question “Because vegetables make you strong

Jay’s light bulb (a try-out)

My cousin Jay Bordeaux is one of the most creative people I know, both creating furniture and music. A little while ago he made some coat hangers out of light bulbs and gave a pair to my girlfriend. I took this opportunity to get creative as well. So I took three pictures and tried to merge them in Photoshop, quite difficult to be honest.

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