15 imagesVisible light photography is the normal way of recording the world around us. X-ray photography adds a whole new dimension. Whereas with visible light only external shapes and structures can be photographed, X-rays penetrate through the outer shell and reveal the inner workings that are normally hidden from the camera's eye. The realisation of this unique photo project would not have been possible without the enthusiastic support of the staff and employees of the radiology department of the Beatrix Hospital (Gorinchem, The Netherlands). Not only did they make available various x-ray machines at times when they were not in use to diagnose patients, but they also provided the necessary technical support. Evidently the safe handling of radiation was always top priority.
31 imagesIceland is a great destination for photographers looking for wild and desolate landscapes. Far from civilisation, beautiful lava fields, rugged mountain ranges and mossy plains alternate and unfold in fascinating patterns.
16 imagesThe urban environment is defined by a high density of human structures such as houses, commercial buildings, roads, bridges and railways. Historically the urban environment is strongly associated with industrial activity, as a high demand for labor has led to urbanisation. More than ever we live in the age of migration to cities, that have become dizzying jungles of concrete and steel. It is precisely these characteristics that make the urban environment an endless source of inspiration for the photographic eye.