• Posted on 11 February 2016

    The Veil Redux

    Every time a publisher asks me for an image, or someone orders a fine art print, the same thing happens. I search for the file on my computer, open it in Photoshop, and think: why did I process it like this? Then I start fine tuning the image, correcting small mistakes, and I end up […] > Read More....

  • Posted on 15 January 2016

    New Tour: Into The Cypress Swamps

    It’s official: we have set up the world’s first swamp photography tour in Louisiana and Texas, and we’re very proud of that! It took us two scouting trips to find all the good shooting locations and sort out the rather complicating logistics, and it turns out it was more than worth > Read More....

  • Posted on 29 August 2013

    Wildlife photographer of the year 2013

    We are very proud to announce that Marsel’s image ‘Resurrection’ was successful in the Creative Vision category of the 2013 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Awards! It was shot in Deadvlei, Namibia, and here’s how it all got started: One of the many aspects of my preparation > Read More....

  • Posted on 24 June 2013

    Glacier lights

    The sun has a heartbeat – every eleven years or so it beats. This is known as the solar cycle and is measured by the number of sunspots visible on the sun. The more sunspots, the more solar flare energy is being released into space, which means more aurora activity. Luckily, this solar cycle i > Read More....

  • Posted on 12 February 1880

    China Landscapes

    This is a tour impression of “Where Dragons Roam”, a new tour that we set up in China. This is the world’s first landscape photography tour in China that combines three of its most spectacular locations: Huangshan, Wulingyuan and Xiapu. Want to join us and improve your photography skil > Read More....

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