The fluffy ones.
I love animals especially cats!
For as long as I’ve been living on my own I’ve had cats. So yes, many pictures of them in this gallery. Also a few commission shoots and not to forget pictures taken at the zoo. Animals are pure and adorable but really hard to photograph sometimes. Pictures are from 2000 till now.
The beauty of fall.
I hate to get up when it’s still dark outside but I must admit I never regret I did when I come home to take a look at my pictures, after all this is the best time of the day for photography if you ask me.
Fall is not my favorite season but I adore the mushrooms in all shapes and forms that time of the year. Pictures are from 2002 till now made with a macro lens, lensbaby lenses or primoplan vintage lens ❤︎.more“Mushrooms”
My passion for photography and macro all started with taking pictures of flowers and foliage in every possible form, shape and color. I can spend hours looking for the real tiny ones. It’s impossible to post all of them on my website but I will add new ones every now and than. Pictures in this gallery are from 2000 till now. A little side note: 50% of the pictures in this gallery are made with lensbaby lenses or the primoplan vintage lens ❤︎.
Frogs, ladybugs, butterfly’s, spiders other insects and my personal favorite creatures: snails. Pictures are from 2002 till now and lenses I’ve used are the Sigma 50 mm, lensbaby lenses or the primoplan vintage lens ❤︎.
H2O water drops.
Drops made by nature and by myself. I love playing with my macro lens and just simple pure water. I prefer to use manual settings and manual focus on my camera to make these. Pictures are from 2002 till now and taken with a macro lens, lensbaby lenses or primoplan vintage lens ❤︎.
Photography that doesn’t fit into other galleries. Pictures in this gallery are from 2000 till now. A little side note: 80% of the pictures in this gallery are made with lensbaby lenses or the primoplan vintage lens ❤︎.
Water drops and dew have always been fascinating me. A variety of water drops on moss in this gallery. If you want to try this yourself my advice would be to keep trying different things and use manual settings on your camera. If you practice a lot you’ll learn what the best angle is, the best natural light and the best way to get a beautiful bokeh. Macro can be fun if you just have a little patience, good camera settings and light! Pictures in this gallery are from 2000 till now taken with a 50 mm macro lens, lensbaby lenses or the primoplan vintage lens ❤︎.
Guess what… I love old decayed buildings 😛 I’m always searching for history about the places I’ve visited and sometimes there is a lot to learn behind all these lovely buildings. People have asked me more than once what the stories behind these places are. I wish I could post it all out in public but unfortunately that is not an option! A lot of things changed ever since I’ve started with this hobby. A few years ago we could spend hours, days, weeks and sometimes even months to find a location. Nowadays you have less than a week before it’s completely trashed, smashed, stolen from and locked. Some of the people that are responsible for this also name themselves urbexers but they are not. They are the reason why I do not post information or history about the locations I’ve visited. I do however think I’ve found a way to try and let you see what it looked like in the glory days and what it looks like now.
Manipulating pictures and combining them together makes it possible for me to tell a story… It took me hours, sometimes days, even weeks manipulating one image. I must admit I do not have the patience nor the time to do this anymore. Maybe I will pick this up again in the future.
Sometimes the outcome of a picture is a surprise and something totally different than the original picture after they are layered with textures. You can find exclusive textures here.more“Textured work”
The stuff you didn’t see…
A behind the scenes collection of fun snapshots, just to give you an impression.
When the sun goes down…
Various landscapes and night photography.
Because sometimes less is more.