The Rotterdam Watertaxi speeding its passengers over the river Maas (Meuse).
Last year I visited the Railway Museum in Utrecht three times. It's quite a nice place to visit. The Museum have gone to great lengths letting you experience the past by recreating old train stations and streets. --> read more...
Today my colleagues and I visited the Food Hallen during our lunch time. On the way there, the mid-day light was very harsh. I decided to make use of the opportunity and use the strong contrasts to my advantage.
Today I made a short stroll after work and saw a father and his two daughters listening to a group of street musicians.
Panning is a technique that I seldom use, but it's great fun. Here are some photos that I took this month of people bicycling through a bicycle tunnel in Rotterdam.
Young Moroccan man with a magnificent hairstyle in the Rotterdam subway station Beurs.
I took this photo last Saturday on the market square in Rotterdam. It was starting to rain and people were covering up. This woman tried to keep her hair dry by pulling part of her vest over her head. This photo is part of my Concealed Identities Project.
I'm thrilled to announce my new street photography project, that I dubbed 'Freed from the Flow'. The purpose of this project is to free my subjects from the rush of every day life by using motion blur as my tool.
Last week I visited my brother-in-law's wedding and the succeeding wedding party. I decided to capture the vibrance of the event by using a slow shutter speed and a modest flash.
Zone focusing is one of the most powerful tools street photographers have at their disposal. In this article I will explain what zone focusing is and how street photographers can use this technique to their advantage.