105$ for 2 hours of work
Based in the Netherlands near Utrecht. I love to travel, gardening and I love food!
In my work as a photographer light and colors are very important to me. I love to work with dark backgrounds but I also use lighter settings. What ever the client wants!
I shoot at the restaurant but also at my home. I mostly use flashes for vibrant colors but also for flying and splashing food and drinks.
A boiled egg from our own chickens on a vintage fork. Flying salt is created because I used flashlight.
The black background, backlight, colors and flashlight from the right makes the egg really pop out.
Goatcheese with red pepper, lavender, chives and honey. The topping is made of caramalized sugar.93rd Collection
Red hot pepper on a fork. Lighted with 2 flashes on a softbox. The backlight was needed to light up the smoke.
The vintage fork is just too cool.
This beautyful juicy steak is grilled. A small piece of that steak is on top of a vintage fork. Himalaya salt is flying around the steak.92nd Collection
Drippin red berries on a nice vintage fork.
The red honey is so sweet and delicious. Some little mint leaves are on top.
Blue cheese with dripping honey on a vintage vork. Backlight came from a striplight. Octabox light on the right side and bouncing the light at a reflector on the left.90th Collection
On burned wood I put a oyster which is filled with balsamicopearls and green cress. The backlight is really cool on the texture and the lemondrops are just for fun.89th Collection
I take this picture of a crystal glass for a company who sells the most beautiful wine and whiskeyglasses.
I shot this wineglas with a purple drink because the glas is also used for cocktails. I styled the flowers and with just a little splash there is some movement in the picture.
With just 1 flash on the right with octa I made this picture. I added some water on the bottem for a little reflection. I shot this wineglass image fir a company who sells wineglasses. I make a nice setting with some red fruit and red leaves.86th Collection
This famous glancairn glass filled with a delicious whiskey is made in our garden. I used a speedlight off camera for some nice light.85th Collection
For a company who sells glass for wine and whiskey I made this picture. This bestseller glass is a beauty. I lighted the setting with 1 flash and a octabox with grid.84th Collection
Earth, water, air and fire. This image is a composite of 1 glass which I photograph 4 times with another subject and stitch it together till one image.83rd Collection
For this popping champain picture I mixed two settings together. I photograph the bottle and later I photograph the cork upsidedown with splashing water. I blend the 2 images together in photoshop. I use some speedlights for light.81st Collection
I made this picture for a company who sells whiskeyglasses. The glasses are filled with realwhiskey. The owner of the company and her assistent are my handmodels and I let the whiskey splash with whiskeystones. .80th Collection
Whiskey on the rocks! Also for this picture I used my garden. Here is a whiskeyglass near the pond and the rocks are covered with moss. So I thought that would make a nice contrast with the whiskeyglass. In this picture I used 2 flashes.79th Collection
For a company who sells whiskeyglasses I made this picture with 2 flashes. On the left is a flash with octabox and grid as the mainlight on the right at the back I used a backlight just to give some light and shadow on the leaves. The background are some palmes in my own garden. So this picture is made outside in the backyard, wich makes it very special to me.79th Collection
I made a lot of pictures for a company who sells tapas. 1bitefood gives me the free hand of making foodphotos. I arrange this setting in my own garden in the Netherlands. With just one flashlight I give this photo a summervibe.78th Collection
Using speedlights is my favorite way of lighting food. It makes the colors more bright and splashes are way more sharp. For this shot I use 2 speedlights with magmod grids.77th Collection