Update: Depth of Field explained

I felt like being a “geek” lately. Hence, I wrote a static page on depth of field (click here to go there). It is quite technical, and even some mathematics is used! Don’t be afraid though: I have added some explanatory drawings, which might help you understand. This page is part of the “Advanced knowledge” section, so it

Five things photographers can learn from painters

While the oldest paintings date back to the cave paintings 40.000 years ago, photography only goes back a few hundred years. Hence are most (or every?) “rules” about composition and usage of colours discovered by scientists and painters in the old days. Photographers gladly capitalize on the rich history of the art of painting and have become a new wave of

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

My nifty fifty and ancient Holland

My hometown is surrounded by heath and forest, which is lovely if you go for a run or walk. Part of the heath (called “Hoorneboegse Heide”) is marked by little hills of one meter high. These hills are not natural, but 4000 year old graves! It is very fascinating knowing you walk on ground that has a story older than

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