Great housing scheme right around the corner from my house. Lots of open space for kids to play and a bit of simple architecture detailing makes this scheme a nice place to live for the residents. Materials are varied across the scheme and there's lots of interplay between the buildings making it a joy to photograph. You do get some strange looks from the inhabitants with your camera and tripod though. All shot with the Sony A7R 36 megapixel beast. Its not good for much else but i can use Canon lenses on it, like my 24mm Ts-e tilt shift lens, which is awesome.
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I was extremely happy to be commissioned by Team 4 Architecten of Groningen to photograph a number of projects across the Netherlands, particularly around Groningen, Haren and Assen. Here is the first of the selection, a new pavilion extension to Beatrixoord Hospital in Haren. The extension houses the tuberculosis patients in a sterile environment necessary for the health of the patients.
The adjacent tower (you can see the reflection in one of the images), previously owned by Shell is being converted to a hotel and nightclub complex and this made it difficult to get an overview of the building as there is so much construction work taking place so I decided that the building form would suit abstract architectural views. I think this worked well. What do you think? Click here to see the images in the full size gallery.
Happy to announce the new job as in house photographer for Holland Pass..! Grrrrrreat!