Infrared Photography II

Infrared Photography throws up some technical issues that need to be considered when starting out, namely, focus shift and hot spots when shooting, white balance and how to process those images once taken.

Roadshow ticket plus images
David Noton : Chasing the Light Roadshow – Tickets Now Available

Join us on an evening with one of the world’s most renowned landscape photographers, David Noton on Saturday 23rd April 2016.

Malta Sun Setting
Travel Photography Tips: Malta

Malta is full of the elements that photographers love. Here are some simple tips to help you with your travel photography when visiting Malta.


Cameras Everywhere!
Beginner’s Photography Course

Our February 2016 course is now available!
You decided to splurge on one of those fancy cameras you have been eyeing up in the shop for a few months now. Or perhaps you took the one you already had out of the cupboard and dusted it off. Either way, you have realised that there are more buttons and options on your camera than you ever thought possible and you are ready to learn what they all do and how to use them to create amazing photos. Then the PhotographySchool.NL Beginner’s Course is for you.

Diving in Deeper – Street Photography Sat 12 March 2016

Street Photography, although almost as old as photography itself, has become tremendously popular in the last decade by both professional and amateur photographers. It is one of the most difficult genres to master. On this Diving in Deeper workshop we will work both in the classroom and on the streets combining theory with practice.

Sweet Baby Cheesus Heather Tucker
Diving in Deeper – Food Photography Sun 8 May 2016

Being told that your food photo makes someone hungry is one of the biggest compliments you can receive when it comes to food photography. And photos that make people hungry is exactly what we will be creating during PhotographySchool.NL’s Diving in Deeper Food Photography workshop.

Hellen van Meene, Zonder titel, 2015, 39 x 39 cm, c-print.
Exhibition: The Year Shall Run Like Rabbits- Hellen Van Meene

With Hellen Van Meene’s exhibition “The Year Shall Run Like Rabbits” in its final week, we share our thoughts on why it is definitely not to be missed.

August Sander, young farmers, 1914
New exciting exhibitions in the FotoMuseum Antwerpen

New exciting exhibitions in the FotoMuseum Antwerpen

New Exhibitions in the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam

New Exhibitions in the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam

Unseen Photography Fair
Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam Returns

Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam Returns


Jacinta ©Trevor E.R Yerbury
Photographer Profile: Trevor E.R. Yerbury & Faye Yerbury

Photographer Profile: Trevor E.R. Yerbury & Faye Yerbury constantly reinvent themselves with fresh approaches to their art – and challenging diversions within the social portraiture genus.

Layers ©Hengki Koentjoro
Photographer Profile: Hengki Koentjoro

Photographer Profile: Hengki Koegtjoro’s photographs have a striking signature simplicity, he delicately preserves the dreamy awe in ordinary objects above and under water. Hengki seeks soundness of mind mostly in the oceans and open nature—away from the buzzing city life.

XXX Olympiad: Equestrian Jumping Individual, Greenwich Park, London. 8 August 2012 ©Simon Roberts
Photographer Profile: Simon Roberts

Photographer Profile: Simon Roberts deals with our relationship to landscape and notions of identity and belonging.

Ross Hoddinott Marbled_white-1182
Photographer Profile: Ross Hoddinott

Photographer Profile: Ross Hoddinott

Kirsten and Neal ©Paul Rogers
Photographer Profile: Paul Rogers

Photographer Profile: Paul Rogers’ style of wedding photography makes it appear that he is virtually invisible to the couple he is shooting and yet he is totally there in the moment capturing the very essence of the day.