I <3 my Ricoh GR

Following Eli Dijkers and Rosa Lien who are shooting amazing, albeit very different, photographs with it I bought a Ricoh GR.  I wanted in on this good thing. Fixed wideangle focal length, no anti-alias, aps-c sensor size. Completely manual if you want. What’s not to like? Not much, turns out. Just two things: Fudging. There … Continue reading “I <3 my Ricoh GR"

Architecture photography by Bas Gijselhart

Bas Gijselhart is an architecture photographer. I admire his work ethic and consistent, fresh and optimistic photography. We have been friends for a couple of years now. He allowed me to share some of his photography and insights about architecture here. This interview originally appeared (in Dutch) in the magazine ArchitectuurNL and was written by Tekst … Continue reading “Architecture photography by Bas Gijselhart”

The Neon Demon

After watching the movie The Neon Demon, which I don’t recommend if you want to have a cosy evening, fellow photographer Marieta Landkroon and I were inspired and decided to do a shoot based on this Neon Demon. Especially since I like shooting work with a movie in mind and several themes of The Neon … Continue reading “The Neon Demon”

My life mechanism

Together with this writer I put into words my life mechanism during a conversation in the kitchen. Of course I kind of knew this before, but it was never this clear to me without the words. Apparently I have something against consumerism. In order for me to enjoy something I need to have the idea … Continue reading “My life mechanism”

Fotoacademie second year exam

Last week we had our final exam of the second year at the Fotoacademie. tl;dr; I can start the third year with no extra tasks. But if I keep this up I will not graduate Cum Laude in two years which is my goal. There are some issues with my performance at the Fotoacademie. I … Continue reading “Fotoacademie second year exam”

Destroying consumer society

The actual demise of consumer society might be far from now, but I wanted to make a small series of photographs on that concept. It has turned out quite literal. Reflecting on the photographs as a whole (just now) I think it might be better to focus on what you want rather than on what … Continue reading “Destroying consumer society”

Still Life With Milk

Sill Life With Milk is a photograph by Elspeth Diederix. I have been a fan of her work for a long time. In fact: the first post on this blog is about Elspeth Diederix. Last week I re-made her famous still life (with milk) from 2002. The original still life was allegedly produced in New … Continue reading “Still Life With Milk”

Saal Digital Nederland

New for me: printing directly on dibond. Usually I print on photo paper and glue that to dibond. Also I wanted to try something extra, namely work on the photograph after it was printed, with golden ink from a pen. The people at Saal Digital Nederland let me print a favourite photograph on dibond in … Continue reading “Saal Digital Nederland”

White plastic

Short series white on white concerning the liquid and solid states of plastic. The plastic contains liquid and was a liquid. Originally constructed from oil, but you can also easily melt it down. Is it a cycle? (Rhetorical question.) Starting with the funny “bootstrap” image Watering… These 4 photographs are for sale now printed 28 x 35 … Continue reading “White plastic”

Some freehand images from the forest

For Easter my wife and I went to the Veluwe, a beautiful area with forests in the Netherlands. We went shopping on saturday and visited the well known Kröller Möller museum on sunday. I also shot some images while we hiked through the forests everyday. It got me reacquainted with the landscape. The week after … Continue reading “Some freehand images from the forest”

Principal of an elementary school

This is a short documentary about a principal of a public elementary school I shot for the Fotoacademie. The principal wants to remain anonymous (NO NAME) but agreed to publishing the photographs on this blog. As a whole the series of photos paints a specific portrait of the principal which is not necessarily “true” but … Continue reading “Principal of an elementary school”