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You can book me for a session in the comfort of your home, a location in a town or the countryside you frequent often or which holds special meaning for you. If you're on holiday in Tuscany you could have me tag along to capture a part of your day, an outing or a whole day. If you're an artist or artisan, I would love to capture your designs/products, but also how you work (the process). (all prices mentioned exclude travel costs)
A PORTRAIT SESSION STARTS AT 300 EURO FOR 1,5 HOURS AND INCLUDES A LINEN BOX WITH USB-DRIVE WITH +/- 25 IMAGES.
THESE SESSIONS START AT 350 EURO FOR 1,5 HOURS, AND INCLUDE A LINEN BOX WITH USB-DRIVE WITH +/- 50 IMAGES.
SESSIONS WITH MORE THAN 3 START AT 375 Euro FOR 1,5 HOURS AND INCLUDE A LINEN BOX WITH USB-DRIVE WITH +/- 50 IMAGES.
SESSIONS FOR ARTISTS, BRANDS, ARTISANS OR MAGAZINE EDITORS. GET IN TOUCH FOR A CUSTOM PRICE QUOTE.
For me, film photography is an art form, an expression of creativity. It's wonderful to be able to create tangible memories for people. Film images are really like little paintings or drawings of light. I love the grain, the texture, the softness, the depth, the tones, the way light and movement is captured. It's as if you can literally touch that moment, frozen in time. As if you don't just see it, but all of your senses are back in that moment, experiencing it again. That's what film photography can do.
You will experience a more relaxed shoot, slower, and more 'in the moment'. You will end up with images with more depth, texture and beautiful skin tones, with real grain instead of fake. Lots of digital photography nowadays aims to replicate the look of film. The images you will end up with come closer to reality, yet somehow also show that moment captured in time in the best way possible. Nothing captures beautiful light quite like film. This is what makes an image stand out. I send the rolls of film I've shot during our session to an excellent film lab that develops and scans the images. You will receive high resolution jpeg files that you can share on social media, with your friends and family. The images are particularly suitable for fine art prints on matte paper.
You might have noticed that my prices are a little bit higher than the regular digital photographer's prices. Why is that, you may wonder? Well, my prices are based on the costs I make, which are far higher than a digital photographer's costs. Not only do I have to pay for my equipment, but also for lots of rolls of film, sending the film to my lab, and having my film developed and scanned. The result is worth the extra expense.