Need help choosing from the thousands of photographers offering their services? These are my tips that will help you find the right professional photographer for you.
Being a photographer doesn’t just mean sending your client photos. Instead, it’s all about helping them to quickly get the things done that they want to accomplish. In a sense, my photos are only a means to an end. By understanding how my photography clients will be using my work, I can make the experience even better for them. These are five things I do to make life easier for my clients.
How on earth did I end up here? This went through my mind as I’m taking photos of a bunch of young people dancing on top of a mountain with a 360 view of lakes and more mountains. It was just another typical day though, part of last summer’s assignment to shoot campaign images during a trip to Norway.
How do top cyclists experience the most renowned races in the world? If you’ve ever asked yourself this question, these two all-access videos on Tom Dumoulin by Team Sunweb are a must-see.
During PSV Eindhoven’s title celebrations this year, the club commissioned me to shoot behind the scenes photos. The result is a unique series of images documenting the side of this event you normally don’t get to see.
After having written about some projects by other creatives, I figured it was time to shed some light on my own work again. Here’s some series I’ve worked on for the past few months, both on assignment and as personal projects. These include covering the Rotterdam marathon, shooting with a young and talented racing driver sponsored by Red Bull, and shooting some crossfit for my portfolio.
Recently I was approached by Amber Dubach, a young student. She’s a student of a sport communications bachelor in Tilburg, and was interested in doing a short interview about my photography. The interview mainly centers on how I got to where I am, and the role sports play in my life.
When working with photographers there are a few easy things you as a client can do to make sure you’re on the same page and produce the best work you possibly can together. Here’s five tips you can keep in mind when working with photographers.
Over the past months I’ve worked on a number of campaigns. Read on for some results, behind the scenes photos and the stories behind these shoots!
Recently I was invited to be a guest in a Dutch talkshow on photography called Cafe Obscura. We talk about a bunch of subjects like finding your own style, working on personal projects and making it in the photography business through honest marketing and focusing on a niche.
Recently I was asked to shoot a series of portraits of some proud scientists for Eindhoven University of Technology. My alma mater celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, and invited some of its foremost researchers to give a TED style talk highlighting their work. I was tasked with shooting a portrait of each scientist that would capture their proudness and determination.
At the recent Adidas Rockstars climbing competition, I completed a special multi day project where I shot portraits of all top competitors. Here’s what went on behind the scenes for this unique project!
Quick heads-up: this will probably turn out to be a rather lengthy story. Bear with me though as I’ll be sharing a truely unique story about Adam Ondra, often regarded as the world’s best climber. In 2013, I photographed Adam at his local climbing crag near Brno in Czech Republic. The story and image of him climbing an 8b route wearing a blindfold made its way around the online climbing community.