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
Yep, it is that season again… During autumn every photographer hunts down the colours of fall. And during spring, guess what? We hunt down the colours of spring. So flowers it is! There is a forest in Belgium called “Hallerbos” (translated: “Halle Forest”). A forest I heard great stories about, but never actually been there. Every year, in April