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.