Author: Johannes

March 16, 2014 / / Cambridge

On Friday afternoon I got a message from Gabrielle Teychenne asking if I wanted to come along to photograph their rehearsal in King’s College Chapel. They had an evening session planned the same day, and…

March 13, 2014 / / Cambridge
March 9, 2014 / / Cambridge

The Cambridge Half Marathon took place this weekend and my friend Jenneke van der Wal was running, so I went out to take some photos of the festivities. The runners were starting at 9:30 on…

March 8, 2014 / / Cambridge

This past week I went and photographed the rehearsal of Thing with Feathers at the ADC Theatre here in Cambridge. It is a physical theatre piece with lots of different things going on at the…

March 7, 2014 / / Cambridge

Last Saturday Jean-François Mercure and I organised the first post doc photography workshop. Our aim is to build a community with a focus on social activities and creative photography. We started planning it a few weeks ago…

March 3, 2014 / / Cambridge

Yesterday I got the chance to go to Oxford with the Cambridge University Volleyball Club to photograph their varsity match. Now this sounded like too much fun to pass up. I even managed to book in a…

February 27, 2014 / / Photography

I stumbled upon a facebook group titled “Let’s Get Creative 2014” by Nathalie Donado and Ella Ruth. The purpose of the group is to take 52 self portraits with different themes during the year. This week’s…

February 23, 2014 / / Cambridge

Thanks to an invite from Kikki Betts-Dean I had the opportunity to photograph the Cambridge University Opera Society’s (CUOS) dress rehearsal for Don Giovanni last wednesday. As you will see when reading below I thoroughly enjoyed…

February 18, 2014 / / Cambridge

About two years ago I started shooting in RAW, which forced me to post process. This led to a need to be more selective in which photos I kept. Before I was happy shooting jpegs…

February 15, 2014 / / Photography

Here is a little bit of creative inspiration for weekend photography: Double exposures! Some cameras have this function built in, but it is also possible to do the same thing in photoshop by using different…