As a photographer most of the time my lens is focussed on official gatherings. Typically I document press conferences, people addressing a crowd, rallies, arts culture and sports events, and so on. These events often appear to be designed to maximize the visual power of the moments. But with a certain level of choreography comes prediction and they often lack mundane spontaneity that one typically find when photographing Every Day Life in the public arena. Before our lockdown, part of my job is to travel to andContinue reading “On Photographing Every Day Life’s Normal”
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Revisiting Familiar Grounds [Photo Essay]
Record breaking temperatures and trees in fall colors make strolling the car-free alleys of Haarlem, NL very pleasant. Is it me or are there even more tourists than before visiting the city?