2018 Photography Trends & Optimizing Photo Sales Online

A new year means new trend analysis and updated workflows for submitting and selling photos online. During my presentation at LAB111 in Amsterdam, participants learned how to sell their photos to advertising agencies, magazines, book publishers, newspapers, designers and anyone else seeking to licence photographs. We also covered the latest photography trend analysis and how these trends could be incorporated into a photographer’s portfolio. We discussed examples of intellectual property infringement and liability issues when selling your photography on the world’s largest photography licensing platforms.


Annie Leibovitz Photography Course

As a hardcore fan of Annie Leibovitz, few photographers have been so excited about a photography course as I was when I discovered she was giving a masterclass. Annie Leibovitz’s course in photography was truly inspirational. Focusing on content of the photographs. rather than camera settings.

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RIPE Atlas Anchor 2017

Photo assignment for the 2017 version of the new RIPE Atlas Anchor. These devices build the largest Internet measurement network ever made. RIPE Atlas employs a global network of probes that measure Internet connectivity and reachability, providing an unprecedented understanding of the state of the Internet in real time. The RIPE Atlas anchors are both enhanced RIPE Atlas probes with more measurement capacity, as well as regional measurement targets within the greater RIPE Atlas network. Anchors provide valuable information about local and regional connectivity,

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Photos on the wall in D’Juice House

Very proud to have my photography covered wall to wall in the brand new juice house, D’Juice House, in the middle of Amsterdam’s city center.


A Pilgrimage for all Photographers

Every summer since 1970, the small city of Arles in the south of France has become a Mecca for photographers from all over the world. From May to September, the festival ‘Rencontres d’Arles’ welcomes more than 100 000 visitors, and plays host to over 40 exhibitions, workshops, symposiums, portfolio reviews, book signings and more. Even featuring heavyweight photographers like Annie Leibovitz. The exhibitions are shown on various heritage sites like 12th century chapels or 19th century industrial buildings which are open to the public only for the duration of the festival. Many photographers have been discovered as a result of the festival’s importance as a springboard for photographic and contemporary creative talent.