Anneleen and Frederiks engagement session in Brussels… <3
Category Archives: Engagement
At the end of summer I had the opportunity to attend a Film is Not Dead workshop hosted by the amazing Jonathan Canlas. We went to Ibiza, not to party but to do what we love most, shooting film. I’m not a big writer, so I’m not going to post a page long review of it, but please take my word on it, its a life changing experience for those who are looking for their voice.
For now some images of Spanish Albert en Italian Lucia. A tasty Mediterranean mix…
In 2013 FIND is coming back to Europe! Jonathan is hosting a workshop in Munich (Germany) and Norfolk (UK), more details over here : http://filmisnotdead.com/#workshops
And I just want to take a moment to say thank you to all the models who came out, and to express how honored and lucky I am to have spent those 4 days with Jonathan, his crew and all the amazing photographers who attended FIND Ibiza : Jonathan Canlas, Henry Harder, Stavros Kirimlidis, Carolina Sainz, Steve Gerrard, Arno Paul, Claire Morgan, Darryl Felton, Bunn Salarzon, Audrey Neracoulis, Chanelle Segerius Bruce, Gerald Daclin, Jorrit Lousberg, Rebecca Lindon, Gert Huygaerts, Kim Hawkins, Catherine Abegg & Albert Roig
My friend, very talented wedding photographer Melissa Milis and her guy Jan, are getting maried!
Without a doubt, this is going to be the best party of 2013…
Tech note : 100% film portra 160/400 on the Contax 645. Developed & scanned by the FIND lab which is now open to every film shooter!!
Sandy and Huub came all the way from Tilburg for their engagement pictures.
We shot at 3 different locations, these are from the last part of the session…
Tech note : 100% film, shot on portra 400 & 800 with the Contax 645. Developed & scanned by RPL.
Our dear friends and amazing photographers Ramon & Hermine planned a little trip to the Dutch coast and they asked me if I could come over to shoot their portraits.
I never could have guessed that Ramon was going to pop the big question only 3 days before the shoot, she said yes…
So the portrait shoot became an engagement session.