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Polaroid OneStep closeup, vintage camera from Polaroid that uses 600 instant film.

Polaroidweek 2017

Hello readers, Last week, April 16 through April 21, was Polaroidweek 2017 (aka ‘Roidweek 2017). It’s the time of the year to celebrate instant photography. And just as every year it was awesome and inspirational. It’s really nice to see my Flickr and Instagram feed full of instant photos from all the people that I…

Variation #3: Looking up from below, showing how tall and big the tree is.

Photo Assignment #1: Variations

Hello Readers, The first Photo Assignment from The Art of Photography by Ted Forbes is Variations. The objective is to choose one scene and make ten different photographs. The goal is to think more creatively by forcing yourself to make multiple photos with different variations of one scene / subject. In the video Ted Forbes…

Orange traffic buddy, that looks like a child with a triangular hat with SLOW written on it's arm. Standing besides the street.

My First Redscale Film

Hello readers, I’ve finished my first roll of Redscale film. Redscale is a special technique of shooting film through the back of the film instead of the front, meaning that you expose the film from the opposite side. This gives the photo a red / yellow color cast. The effect is a bit like shooting…

Photo of a seascape with multiple sailing boats. In the distance there are even more ships. The sea is calm and bright blue. The sky is blue with dramatic clouds. Taken in the Netherlands.

Let’s talk about Photo Styles

Hello readers, As the title suggest I want to write to you about my photo style. Specifically about what I think about it and how I “discovered” my own photo style. This past year I’ve started to concentrate more on my photography. Trying to express my creativity through my photos. So not just taking photos…