I have been organizing my “old shoe box” and found a set of my favorite slides from a trip to Iceland in 2002. In the pre-digital era, one of my favorite films was Kodak Ektachrome Infrared “EIR”. This film had
The most simple lens is nothing more than a small hole. Pinhole formed the basis of the camera obscura that the precursors of the photography used as a drawing aid. Willing to go back to basics? Ben Mossings, AKA b-a-r-e-n-d
The green potion, originally uploaded by Gerard Maas. We were in the woods in the north of France and this bridge was perfect for some spooky image on Halloween night.
Roxanna, originally uploaded by Gerard Maas. This image is the result of working with Roxanna during the “Indian Summer” shoot organized by the cool people of ToF.
One day is really too few to see Photokina, so I picked up some destinations and spent quality time there instead of trying to see all around. The ‘strobist’ shooting style is now mainstream, as I saw big studio equipment
My new portfolio site is now online. It showcases the work I’ve done in the past years and the direction I would like to take for the near future. www.gerardmaas.com
Night shot, originally uploaded by Gerard Maas. Some tricky scenes call for manual intervention. In this case, a manual exposure, combined with a high ISO value were set to correctly expose the glass construction in the background (actually, the renovated
Our dog seems to enjoy a lot playing ‘catch’ with water streams from the garden hose. I captured this picture waiting a little after she got soaked. It all went very fast. When the shaking begon, I only had time
One of the pictures of the shoot with Ellen was selected for the cover of EOS Magazine April-June 2012 issue. Thanks to Ellen and Make-up artist Monera for the great work that made this possible.