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What to shoot after the Golden Hour?

Most landscape photographers know it: You shoot your best shots during the golden hour. Twice a day, you have roughly one hour to shoot your landscape shots: one that that starts at sunrise, and one that starts an hour before sunset. Last week I explained what the golden (and blue) hour is, but when it is

Farm in Kortenhoef, The Netherlands.

A tourist at home (Part 1)

The summer is coming to an end, and so is the travelling season. But I love to travel! Seeing distant places, experiencing different cultures, and enjoying the good life with fine cuisine. Whenever I am visiting a foreign country, I look at old buildings and tell myself: “We have this at home too. I should visit some nice places in

Posbank, The Netherlands

Your last chance to photograph heathland!

Halfway through the month of August, I always start to monitor the heathland that is surrounding my city. This is the time that it will start blooming. And it is always a great sight, even more if you are able to find a wide open field. With August just behind us, you might have a last chance before the heather will

National Geographic Viajes

First Magazine Publication – National Geographic Viajes

My website is now over half a year old, and every now and then I receive an e-mail from people using my contact page. I love every single message I receive. Sometimes it’s a question about a camera or photo, and sometimes it’s just a nice note. This month I am particularly happy, since National

Landscape photography – Three mistakes I made

Back in December 2014, I went for a photography hike in the wetlands “Oisterwijkse Vennen”, The Netherlands. The past months have been very busy, so it took me a while to post-process the photos. And while post-processing, I found a series of mediocre photos. And I wondered… What went wrong that day?

Update: Hyperfocal distance explained

I wanted to write about the hyperfocal distance, but than I realized knowledge on depth of field was necessary. Therefore I published a page about DoF last week. If you read that, you’re ready for this new static page: Hyperfocal distance (click here to go there). Feel free to ask questions, or leave a comment!

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