While a Lamborghini Murcíelago Superveloce kickstarted my career in photography years ago, times have changed. The Murcie will always have a special place in my heart, but it’s successor is a stunner too. So when the owner of this Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce wrapped his car in a Red Bull Racing theme and called me if I could shoot it for him, you can guess my answer.Read More›
Yes, it is true, I shoot more than just cars. While my main focus lays with the automotive market, as my portfolio reflects, I do other things too. When a friend approached me with the question if I could shoot new photos of the practice she works in, I ofcourse said yes. Her employer wanted to renew her company website and marketing material, so new photos were needed.Read More›
While it shouldn’t be visable in the final results, most gigs come with their own challenges. With some they’re just small things, with other jobs I really have to go all out to deliver. For the ‘Behind the Scenes’ topic here on my blog, it felt like I should pick an example of the latter category to tell about ofcourse. A lot of improvising and most of all, a lot of post processing went in this job.Read More›
Time for something new, I might just make it a returning topic depending on the feedback. The post processing part of photography has always interested me. Just like everything, learning to edit has been a path of trail and error. Nowadays I’ve become more experienced though and people often ask if certain aspects are real or not. The best compliment any retoucher can get I think?Read More›
In my previous blog post about the Daytona Coupe I told about joy of doing personal work. Or as I explained it, doing jobs without briefs that let me bring to life my own vision. Today I want to take you along another example of such a photoshoot. When a friend told me he bought a bike, this beautiful KTM RC8R, I knew I wanted to do something with it. It wasn’t long before I came up with a shot that I really wanted to get. Below I’ll tell you about the idea and the way we realized it.Read More›
Most photographers probably started out their careers shooting things they wanted to shoot. Shooting it the way they liked to shoot it and ended up with just the images they wanted to get. I know I did. We’re ofcourse learning all the time, experimenting and often failing to get what we had in mind. For me personally, this proces taught me everything I know about photography. As soon as the hobby turns into a job though, all that changes.Read More›
Finally, my online presence has reached beyond social media with the launch of my own website. This is something I had to do much sooner and I’ve been playing, and struggling, with this for quite some time now actually. It just never took off until I started working on the website you see here today. So for a first blog post, I thought it would be a great idea to introcuce myself a bit.