Yesterday was the first day of spring in the Netherlands. Weather-wise that is, as it’s finally getting warmer! Michiel and I wandered around in our new neighborhood and decided to check out another coffee place then our regular spot The Village. Unfortunately it was closed due to Hemelvaartsdag, but it was a nice walk anyway and I took the opportunity to take some pictures. We ended up at Stach, also relatively new in Utrecht.
My friend Lisa works at a book publisher. To celebrate their upcoming books this spring, they organized the Snorfeest. They asked me to make pictures (I also photographed the Snorfestival this summer) so I though this is a nice opportunity to try out a new lens. I captured this day with the 50mm 1.2.
This weekend I had my very first photoshoot! During my internship at the Centraal Museum I met Ella, and she asked if I wanted to photograph her and her sisters. They wanted to give their mother a nice photograph of the three of them together. On a rainy autumn day we wandered around in Utrecht and shot photos at the Domtower, Universiteitsmuseum and Park Lepelenburg. Despite of the weather we had a great time and laughed a lot. Thank you ladies for making my first shoot such a nice one!
My dear friend Lisa works at a book publisher, Uitgeverij Snor, and asked me if I would make some pictures at the Snorfestival. Of course! I rented a 35mm 1.4 lens and captured the ‘Diner Dansant’ the night before and the festival itself. It has been a while since I tried out some other lenses so it was nice to have a different view from the lens!