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Black & White Architecture

I see architecture as an artform based around form. And a good, interesting building will hold up in its design when we strip away its colour.   Dusseldorf, Germany. Medienhafen, Dusseldorf, Germany. Medienhafen, Dusseldorf, Germany. Westewagenhof, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Turfmarkt, The Hague, The Natherlands. Ministry of Education, The Hague, The Netherlands. Ministry of Education, The Hague, The Netherlands. Joachim-Erwin-Platz, Dusseldorf, Germany. (Analog, Shot on Ilford Delta 400) Central Station, The Hague, The Netherlands. (Analog, Shot

Mamiya 645

  There is no greater pleasure than to start working with a new tool. In this case I recently acquired a Mamiya 645 Pro TL, a medium format camera. It is quite a step up using one of these beasts.   All shot on Kodak Portra 400, 120 Colour film.    

Ilford – February/March

While exploring Analog photography you start to learn qualities in the film you use, and start choosing specific rolls accordingly.   Ilford film is by far my favourite black and white film I have used, especially the Delta 400 and HP5. Both great all purpose film’s. I have shot about 4 to 5 rolls this month. These selected shots are my personal favourite, in no particular order. (Available in Print. Message me for inquiries.)         

Decisive Moment – Monochrome Analog Photography

As of October 2017 I started exploring analog photography. Armed with a late ’60s Ricoh, which I bought for 40 euros, I dove into the world of film. As a photographer I was always impressed by people who managed to take amazing photographs without being able to instantly review and change their photo’s until it’s right. ‘The Decisive Moment’ as explained by Henri-Cartier Bresson is one of the things I have really focused on. This collection of

Clair Obscur

Light #1 Light #0 Light #4 Light #5 Light #6 Light #2 Light #3 Light #7 Light #8 Light #10 Light #11 Light #11 Light #13 Light #14 Light #9 This serie is a recently started, ongoing study into light. Hard, sunlight. Reminiscent of the old Dutch masters ‘Clair Obscur.’ The focus is the structure and texture that comes into focus with this type of light. I choose organic, as well as artificial fabrics and

Disasterfest

Disaster Crew performed at the local Latenstaan for friends and fans on Saturday. Here my favourite shots from this gig.

Looking Down

These photographs are a documentary study on silence in public transport. The series was inspired by Walker Evans’s Many Are Called series of subway portraits.