I am nominated Professional Fine Art Photographer of the year 2018 by the Fine Art Photography Awards with my series ‘Undefined Stills’.
This ‘Purple Allium’ photograph is my single image submission to Lensculture Exposure Awards 2018.
A photo of me at work in my studio made by my lovely wife Kerstin Zabransky, a great illustrator of beautiful children’s books.
With a love for old analogue cameras and lenses, i roam the internet, on the search for new, mostly old, equipment.
Todays bag is seriously epic. This one has all the makings of a truly fantastic bag shot. The stunning camera, the utilitarian bag, the classic bits.
I received a honorable mention for my entry ‘Calais’ to the International Photography Awards 2015 in the One Shot Competition themed ‘Home’.
Eindhoven, the Netherlands. This photo was made with a Kodak Retina IIa camera and a Rodenstock Heligon 50mm. f:2 lens on to 24 x 36 mm. color negative film.
‘Framed in Cacao’ an exhibition in De Cacaofabiek Helmond the Netherlands, curated by Ageeth Boermans and Bert Loerakker.
Chris Kovacs interviewed me for a publication in his magazine ‘Adore Chroma’ issue 6, march 2015.
This photograph was made with a Plaubel Supra 4×5 inch camera with a Hugo Meyer Helioplan 165 mm f:4.5 lens. Exposing 9×12 cm photographic black & white paper, colored by hand.
Boulogne Sur Mer, France. These photographs were made with a Nikon F camera and a Nikkor 50mm. f:1.4 lens on 24 x 36 mm. color negative film.
Achel, Belgium. This photo was made with a Voigtländer Bessa 64 camera and a Heliar 75 mm f:3.5 lens on to 6 x 4 cm color negative film.
Geldrop, the Netherlands. This photo was made with a Hasselblad 500cm camera and a Calr Zeiss Planar 80 mm. f:2.8 lens on to 6 x 6 cm. color negative film.
I received a honorable mention for my entry ‘MILK JAR WITH DANDELION AND CHAIN’ to the International Photography Awards 2013 in the category Fine Art / Still Life.
Cadzand-Bad, the Netherlands. These photos were made with a Hasselblad 500cm camera and a Calr Zeiss Planar 80 mm. f:2.8 lens on to 6 x 6 cm. color negative film.
A library exhibition at the Van Abbe Museum called Collecting.This was a Mail Art project. In response to her call, about 250 artists have sent their vision on collecting by mail to Miranda Vissers.
A duo exhibition with the fantastic painter Frank van den Heuvel titled ‘Weather Forcasts’.
Achel, Belgium. This photo was made with a Voigtländer Perkeo I camera and a Vaskar 75 mm f:4.5 lens on to 6 x 6 cm color positive film.
Eindhoven, the Netherlands. This photo was made with a Noblex 135 U panorama camera and a Noblar T 29 mm f:4.5 lens, on to 24 x 66 mm color negative film.