Category : Visions and technique

Tip : Expression

One of the most important thing for me during a photoshoot is without a doubt expression. Now don’t think your model always has to be screaming, crying or jumping around… expression can be so much more, even when you take away half of the face a model should be able to give you expression with just her eyes. In all honestly shooting a pretty girl in front of a background is almost always easy, but making that image go from […]

TIP : don’t fear the sun

A lot of people are somehow afraid to shoot straight into the sun…. Well I agree that there is a lot of talk online that it can fry your sensor but in all honesty if that was really true….well my sensors would have all been fried, just be smart and don’t look at the sun too long and keep the exposure time to your sensor limited, because… well it is a lot of light that is aimed at your sensor […]

A 100MP Workshop and review

One of the things that I really love to do is test new gear…. Often it does mean that I have to keep my mouth shut for a long time (sometimes short) but being able to work with gear in beta is very exciting, especially when you can still have input. One of the companies I’ve worked with in the past is Mamiya/Leaf now part of Phase One, I always loved their backs and when they released their brand new […]

Interview with Joel Grimes

We travel a lot to teach on trade shows and of course our own workshops and one of the most exciting things for me is meeting up with other photographers and pick their brains about what drives them, pushed them forwards in their careers and their visions on our trade. After professional imaging (the largest Dutch tradeshow) we invited Joel Grimes over to our studio to show him our area and of course squeeze in an interview for our videowebpodcast […]