I recently started vlogging! It felt totally weird and takes quite some effort, so I'm testing out if it's fun enough for me. In the meantime I thought it would be fun to share the tips I'm learning right now! Get inspired!
The last time I wrote down my goals was quite a while ago, but when I look back at that list, almost everything has been achieved!
So here are my photography goals for 2019. I've been reflecting on what photography means to me and what impact I want to have. It led me to my vision of an ideal world and therefore I'm committed to use my camera even more for a positive contribution towards self-love, feminism, veganism, body positivity and fair & sustainable fashion. LET'S GO, 2019!
Save the date! My second exhibition of this year is happening and this time I've made entirely new work to show. It's a mixed media series of analogue photography and digital manipulation and illustration. I hope you will come to the opening night on the 7th of December at KADE40 in Vlaardingen. Read the article to find all the information you need! :)
I don't know about you, but I am seriously digging Instagram's IGTV. In the past two months that the feature is available I've been vlogging backstage at my photo shoots and at fun events like Amsterdam Fashion Week. Some lovely people have complimented me on the look and feel of my videos, so I thought it would be nice to share some easy editing tips I apply myself. They might be helpful if you want your IGTV episodes to stand out. ;) What's your opinion on IGTV, love it or hate it?
I always make mood boards when I'm preparing a photo shoot. I do not want my stylist and make up artist having complete different ideas about a certain word or vibe, so to make sure that doesn't happen I visualize my inspiration: I make it into a mood board! In this article I share three tools you can use to make a mood board that will envision your concept, even where you're not tech savvy!