How to prepare your children for a family film/portrait session | Amsterdam portrait photographer and filmmaker

How to prepare your children for a family film/portrait session | Amsterdam portrait photographer and filmmaker

So, you’ve found the perfect location for your family photo, and you’ve decided on a photographer. Great, but now you keep asking yourself questions: "How will I get the kids to behave? What if the baby won’t stop drooling? How you are going to prepare your kiddos?"

Four Reasons Why A Film Session Should Be On Your TO DO List

Four Reasons Why A Film Session Should Be On Your TO DO List

Watching a video is much more fun to your kids than looking at pictures. Video allows you to re-live a moment in a way that a photograph can't. It laughs and sways to the music. It shares the emotions…

Does shooting a video make you a better photographer?

Does shooting a video make you a better photographer?

Let's say, to me the most important one is that my kids are growing extremely fast, and every day is the day when they are this little, or do things this way and by capturing this I make sure I have it all recorded and available to look back at these special moments years and years later, when it will be forgotten as you know memories fade. But, the other important reason is that filming makes me a better photographer. Yes, that is absolutely true! And here is why…

Creating A Film Of Your Lifetime: What to Expect From Start To Finish.

Creating A Film Of Your Lifetime: What to Expect From Start To Finish.

You have an idea of what you want filmed and photographed, but it may feel scary to say yes not knowing exactly how a session works. Let’s talk a little about how my process works, so you’ll understand what to expect from start to finish. Going beyond your experience is important.

Don't Let Your Memories Fade

Don't Let Your Memories Fade

Experiences we most often label as “just another day” are actually the defining moments in our life. The once sharp details in our memory will drift away over the years. The most profound moments are so often left to slip away from our thoughts.