Glasgow

Goodbye Scotland, my last stop is Glasgow!

Last night I arrived in Glasgow (a bit drunk). Today is my last day in Scotland, and the experience in the train the other day, was not my first happy encounter with the Scottish. Because I already had seen Edinburgh, I was curious to how Glasgow would look like. I checked which attractions to visit on forehand,

Amsterdam Central Station

Luvo Photography is 2 years old!

On the 17th of October 2014 I aired my first post, stating that my website was now live! On January the 25th, in 2016, I renewed my website completely, and switched from WordPress.com to a self-hosted website (still on WordPress). This gave me the opportunity to add features like a map with photography locations, a newsletter, and

The Old Man of Storr

Visiting the Isle of Skye: The Old Man of Storr

Today is my last day on Skye. What an island, and what a people. The landscape is stunning, the whisky is tasty, and the people are kind. For one more time this trip, I woke up way before sunrise and started my daily routine. My body was feeling the long days and short nights, and I woke up half

Fairy Pools

Visiting the Isle of Skye: Fairy Pools

The waterfalls yesterday were only to prepare myself for today’s hike. Like every day, I woke up before sunrise and headed out, this time towards the South of Skye, as I paid a visit to the Fairy Pools in Glen Brittle. The waterfalls and little pools are named because of their unreal colours. And in a rocky landscape

Quiraing

Visiting the Isle of Skye: The Quiraing

Some people seize the day by waking up early. I prefer to live during night and sleep in the mornings, but there is something fresh about mornings (besides, part of being a landscape photographer is waking up before sunrise). During the sunrise it feels like the earth is clean and ready for a new day, whereas at sunset, our

Bothy

Hiking in the hills to find Meanach

I have had the unpleasant feeling for years now, that I regret doing the things in life that are sensible and rational, just to live up to the “expectations of society”, rather than to follow my heart. As much as I like working with my colleagues, and as much as I appreciate my company boosting my career

Panning

Capture motion with panning

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

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