Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category

Documenting Giant Skate Research in Orkney

As photographer of the Dutch Shark Society, I documented the work of the Orkney Skate Trust, that is supported by World Wide Fund for Nature […]

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The unexpected dusky dolphins!

The unexpected dusky dolphins! As a photographer, you too often deal with which issues you have to find because you have chosen a particular lens […]

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It’s hard to find a Leafy sea dragon!

It’s hard to find a Leafy sea dragon! During my nine day trip to Australia, my main goal was to dive with the great white […]

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How do you capture an explosion of colours?

How do you capture an explosion of colours? The Red Sea is a beautiful environment, that offers many opportunities to use a fisheye lens. In […]

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Fuvahmulah (Dutch only)

I am happy about the publication of my Fuvahmulah tiger shark story in the last Hippocampus! Unfortunately, it is in Dutch only. Still: enjoy! Click […]

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Fuvahmulah Adventure

Fuvahmulah (Dhivehi: ފުވައްމުލައް) is an island (atoll) in the Maldives. The island is also known as “dhivehi baseans “Island of the Areca nut palms”, Fuvah […]

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Don’t bite the hand that feeds you: to feed sharks or not?

I love shark diving. I love observing sharks, taking pictures and making videos of sharks. And I have done so for many years. Sometimes for […]

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Green Seas / De Groene Zee

It has 240 pages and 450 pictures. Many are made by Peter, but we also were granted the use of the best work of Dutch […]

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Raja ampat – from the air and under the surface

A journey to Paradise…   In December, I was asked to give a underwater photography workshop in Raja Ampat. I had a small group of […]

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