Interview Pat Monahan

Before their show in the Heinkene Music Hall shot some pictures for an interview with leadsinger Pat Monahan. Awesome guy to talk with and shoot some pictures of.

Pat Monahan

Lucas Hamming - Heinken Music Hall

Preshow for Train Lucas Hamming proved to be one of the upcomming stars from the Netherlands and delivered a perfect warm up for the Train-crowd.

Lucas Hamming

Train - Heineken Music Hall

Back in the Netherlands, three years after their last show here in 013, Train almost sold out the Heinken Music Hall and delivered a great performance.

Pat Monahan

Symphony31 - DJ Ronald Molendijk meets Orchestra

Ten thousand people in a sold out Ahoy came to enjoy the evening with Dj Ronald Molendijk, a classical orchestra and some epic singers making this, new event, one to remember. Living legend Jocelyn Brown, Robin S, Candy Dulfer, Sharon Doorson, Soulvation, Kamaliya and dutch opera singer Ernst Daniel Smid, just to name a few completed the evening. My review for can be found here: Symphony31

Ronald Molendijk

John Mayer

Nice concert by John Mayer in the Ziggodome in Amsterdam. Great lighting so got my shots quickly what gave me plenty of time to try out the tilt shift again. Still working on it but got some interesting results.

John Mayer

Which gives a total different look and feeling than a normal podium shot.

John Mayer

See a selection of my other pictures below

Indian Summer Festival

Indian festival is a two day music festival with a few big names such as: Underworld, Crystal Fighters, Chef'Special, Lily Allen, Di-rect, Kensington, Birdy, Tom Odell, etc. Always nice to have great artists, good weather and beautifull people pcked in one weekend.

Took the good old PC-e 24mm Tilt shift for the first time to a music festival. Got some interesting pictures from it, although the miniature look might not be for everyone. Still have to sort the rest of the pictures, since I also took some without the miniaturizing effect.

Crystal Fighters




De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig

Some more pictures using normal lenses: