Ofcourse we are here to show our photos, but how many of you are here for the big bucks? I'm not btw, but I do get jealous when I see some photographers with loads of exposure. I wonder how they do that, besides the obvious beautiful photos ofcourse :)This is one of my personal favourites, taken during my trip through China. continue reading
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How many people on Dreanstime are using Photoshop to enhance photos? I know a lot of people do so, but for some reason I'm always hesitating to do so.So if you do touch up your images, what kind of programs do you use? continue reading
I love food. Especially food from other countries. So whenever I travel, I try to taste something new. Ofcourse in China, the country of my wife, I skipped the grasshoppers and sharks on a stick. Instead I went for the steamed buns you can buy on the street. Grasshopper and snake I did try in the end though and to my suprise they weren't bad at all, but the steamed buns stay my absolute favorite. So what is your favorite streetfoodO, and it can be crowded in China :) continue reading
We are still waiting for the heatwave in The Netherlands, but yet - mostly because of the rain we're getting lately - I'm thinking about Christmas. I am not a real fan of winter, except when it's snowing. I still remember the cracking sound my feet made when I was playing in the snow as a kid. Those days Christmas was all about family for me. I was much younger and less independent, and we had the tradition of celebrating Christmas at the house of my grandma (now 93 years old), with lots of... continue reading
There is a thing about the night, especially when you walk around with your camera. The lack of people, the sleeping birds, the occassional bat or hedgehog, it's all beautiful. Atleast that is what I'm thinking.As part of a small course I took this photo of a typical windmill that can be found in my town. It's called The Windhound and it's still used for preparing flour.Enjoy. continue reading
Some years ago I followed a course from a famous Dutch photographer. Well, he won some cool prices, but I didn't know anything about Dies Groot.Until I followed the course that is. And I must say it was great to see so many like-minded people crammed together in one room, talking about photos in general and judging eachother works. I was scared about my showing my work, since - well - I love making photos, but I never considered craeting a job out of it. Luckily for me, they did like my... continue reading
So, my first blog entry. Well my second, but the first one got eaten bu Chrome :)I am a photographer from The Netherlands. Well I am also a writer and illustrator, but more about that later on. For now I am trying to settle in and I hope I can surround myself with other photophiles and learn from them. So please comment or blog. I will use that to grow.Oh, I love macro. The world we cannot see is fascinating. Through a lens a whole new world is visable and I love that. continue reading
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