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A decade of portraits from perhaps the best living portrait photographer in the world.
Raw, beautiful, and touching portaits of a poor Belgian city and its inhabitants.
This book is like a poem; it moves from wonder to horror and back again. Every page is a surprise, but all the elements somehow come together in total harmony. It's like you're slowly connecting the cover's dots, one by one. And then suddenly you're through and a wonderful picture has emerged.
What a gem. Everyone with the slightest interest in photography wanting to know what ingredients make a great photo should read this. Don't let the fact that it's aimed at children fool you, this book boils photography down to its essentials and is a joy to read.
Beautiful and original food portraits.
By William Wing, Nathalie Herschdofer, and Wim van Sinderen. Iconic multi-layered images from one of my favourite masters of photography.
Beautiful pictures of a French photographer's family.
Remarkable, colourful, and funny street photography.
Food from Holland's Nr 1 chef, photographed by Tony le Duc and Stephan Vanfleteren...
Low-priced, but very inspiring and to-the-point.
Full of wisdom on how to develop one's own style.
Full of wisdom on how to adopt a healthy creative lifestyle.
Embraces failure as a creative opportunity.
The master of B&W landscape photography.
A little gem containing touching portraits of poets and their poems about what it feels like being photographed.
Raw, disturbing, and beautiful.
By Peter Galassi. Iconic pictures of the decisive moment.
Haunting but beautiful photos of family and decay.
A huge body of photographs depicting the beauty of plants in all their miraculous forms.
Contains the work from the 100 best photography talents in the Netherlands - including me!
Shameless self-promotion of a book I'm very proud of!