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.
I promised you to publish a series of photos I shot together with Cathelijne Hornstra during a street photography workshop lead by Fokko Muller. Fokko gave us the assignment to follow someone on the market place and shoot multiple photos - without being noticed - that together would make a little ‘story’.
Last weekend I travelled to Rotterdam to take part in a street photography workshop lead by the famous Dutch street photographer Fokko Muller.
Tattoo noob Sander Muller visits the Rotterdam Tattoo Convention to make beautiful photos and finds himself in a wonderful new world.
Sander Muller advises you to print your digital photos and offers you suggestions on how to get good quality prints yourself.
Last year I've become increasingly unhappy with my street photography hobby. Is it time for me to quit street photography?
Last Saturday afternoon I visited Utrecht to do some street photography when I saw a group of women having a bachelorette party. They had dressed up the bachelorette as a bright-red strawberry and were clearly having fun. I was experimenting with flash street photography and took a picture of...