I think I’ve figured it out
Reflections about my travels and photography during the pandemic. And if, and why, I might have PTSD and life in general. Also, photos to two photo exhibitions.
Things I take for granted
Maybe I have a bit of coming home blues or, I don’t know but I miss living close to the sea where I can take surf photos at Tanah Lot, which is one of Balis most famous temples.
A short appreciation post to the most photogenic subject there is, water! And of course, big thanks to all surfers who help me make the photos more interesting.
It was a beautiful morning
What I did this morning. Yes, went out and took some surf photos. Amazing waves. Some thoughts about how I function while taking pictures.
Yes, I enter photo contests
Yes. I submit photos to be exhibited. That’s because I want to share the moments I’ve experienced with the hope that they can transmit the joy that happened during this surf lesson in Arugam Bay in Sri Lanka.
The one that got away
Some photography advise, some photo editing confessions and an apology. And surf photos from a lovely April morning here in Bali, Indonesia.
Back where it all started
A summary of how I started photographing surfing now when I’m back where it all began in Bali, Indonesia. Illustrated with surf photos from the other day here in Batu Bolong.
Mirissa in Sri Lanka. Thoughts about what makes a place feel like home when you travel by yourself. Also, a bit about food and a tiny guide to the surf spots in Mirissa. Yes, all illustrated by surf photos I took this morning.
A reflection about how my photography style has evolved as a surf photographer, i focus more on the surrondings. But still my love for the sea is strong and I’m most impressed by the surfers. Photos from when I was photographing surfing at Coxos in Protugal along the Atlantic coastline.
It might seem like there’s only one thing going on
When you look at my surf photos it might seem like there’s only one surfer in the water when actually, there are many. And most of my photos looks like the ones above, a bit messy, but I like them more than the clean shots. They’re depicting the beautiful sea and the movement in the…