Who says you can’t take great pictures with a smartphone? I certainly wasn’t carrying my DSLR camera coming back from a day trip at the railway station. This blinding light and those perfect lines just begged for a photograph.
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Caught in the middle
Rush hour in the Subway can be a challenging moment. People pushing back and forth and coming out of the train you have to orient yourself quite fast before you get pushed in the wrong direction. Caught in the middle. This guy is both frozen in between his dark surroundings…Read More
Standing across the platform, breaking a pattern and becoming incognito by the Subway structure. This photograph was taken at the 23rd Street Subway station. Part of the Subway Solitude in New York series.
Amsterdam Black & White: I smell cheese
What do a tourist, a goat, tulips and cheese have in common? They come together in – probably – the most Dutch picture I have ever taken. I like that the woman in front of the storefront window tilts her head back a little. Like she is picking up on the…Read More
Amsterdam in Black & White: white walls
Usually it’s the art inside the museum that brings people to a museum. In my case I also look at the building itself. Like the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. With it’s white walls, clean lines and beautiful staircase. Part of the Amsterdam in Black & White street series by Top…Read More
Amsterdam in Black and White: cupcake to go
This picture is part of the Amsterdam in Black & White street photography series by Top Floor Pics. This picture is titled: Cupcake to go.
Amsterdam in Black & White: no legs to stand on
My scavenger hunt through the streets of Amsterdam turned up some surprising images. Like a pair of legs with no mannequin attached. Or is there? Teamed with the ‘granny’ bike and reflection in the shop window the 9 Streets in Amsterdam provide a very inviting urban jungle for me to…Read More
Amsterdam in Black and White
“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph in black and white, you capture their souls” – Ted Grant, Canadian photo journalist Starting the new year always makes me a little sentimental. I crash on the couch, fast forward to the best parts of…Read More