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Thinking Back
July 29, 2010, 2:54 pm
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Strobist portrait of girl scouting

This portrait of a girl scouts group (Belgian youth movement) was made using off camera flash. I underexposed the environment to create a more dramatic background. An SB600 flash with diffuser (on a too low -I know- ) light stand was used as a fill light.



Kyoto, Traditional

While visiting the Kiyomizu Temple complex, we were lucky to walk into two traditionally dressed Geisha girls which were posing for some  ‘real photographers’.

One of the next days, we witnessed  the beginning of wedding in traditional Japanese clothing.

That’s it for now!



My first wedding shoot – part2
July 18, 2009, 1:00 am
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After ‘part 1’, we went on to a very nice green environment. A calm, unstressfull atmosphere in which Nele and Joris fully enjoyed being together.
I was honored to be an eye witness,  and.. I ‘m willing the share!
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My first wedding shoot – part1
July 15, 2009, 9:46 am
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Few pics from the first ‘part’ of the wedding shoot which we started nearby the little, but very cosy chapel in the picturesque village Gestel.

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Fire-Work

Recently I took some pictures of a welder in action.

I wanted to make use of the ambient light as much as possible because I wouldn’t lose the “action” of the welding.

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I like the blue light & the blue colors combined with the yelowish sunlight in the color picture. However, I realy wanted to post a black&white version of an other shot aswell.

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thanks for your visit!



Too Mad??

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Few weeks ago I attended a show called “TE GEK?” (Too Mad?).
The event took place in the Ancienne Belgique in Brussels. Several Belgian artist wrote songs and texts to take away the taboo about psychological problems and illnesses. Continue reading