From good to bad and back.

It’s been a while since I wrote some personal stuff on this blog. I’ve been sticking to pictures, photography and vintage posts lately (with more success than before!), but with this post I’ll make an exception. After all it has been quite the week. As said Saturday, I’ve been in the UK for two three…

Blurb review

With my book out, I just need to review the platform I used to make the book. Blurb has been my choice from the beginning because I knew some people who had made some very good looking books with it. I will review several aspects from the bookmaking proces as I have experienced it so that…

‘creative’ photography

One of the better known aviation photographers, Rich Cooper, recently started an interesting discussion on his personal Facebook page. Put simply it’s about why aviation magazines only use the ‘purist’ pictures and never the more creative(ly edited) ones. And if there is any room for it. I must say it’s sad we actually have to…

Dear AltiPresse…

…I was surprised to find two of my photo’s on your Facebook page. That has happened before but usually people ask for permission. You decided that wasn’t necessary. In cases like this I just ask to put a copyright in the description but your case was different. You had photoshopped my logo, altered the saturation…

Dear Airliners.net

I’d like to direct this post to those involved in the well known website airliners.net. There’s something I’ve wanted to tell for a long time. The website has the following title on it’s homepage: The Best Airplane Information, Aviation Photos and Aviation News! I have to admit, as a database, Anet is a very good…

Making money with aviation photo’s: mission impossible?

I was deleting some emails to clear my Inbox when I came across emails from people who were interested in ‘buying’ my photo’s. Ever since I’m posting my photo’s on the internet, people mail me and ask for my pictures. 95% of them have one thing in common: they don’t want to pay for it…