Light,composition and atmosphere of Jack Burger

I’m a photographer living in the south of the Netherlands. Interesting images have always had my attention since I can remember. Analog photography was never really my thing. The digital camera was a real libaration for me with photoshop as my darkroom.

I’m a photographer living in the south of the Netherlands. Interesting images have always had my attention since I can remember.

Analog photography was never really my thing. The digital camera was a real libaration for me with photoshop as my darkroom.

My actual boost in photography I got when I joined a group of great photographers who motivated me to expand myself. They boosted my search in detecting which genre of photography had my actual interest. In the years to come I narrowed my interest in photography more and more to portrait and fine art photography. I never did any study in photography other than reading articles and viewing images that inspired me in life or on the internet. I like to discover all the things to know myself. That´s how I learned to create my own style. Some photographers that I get inspired by: Marc Langrange, Stefan van Vleteren. In my work I constantly seek the perfect combination of light, composition and atmosphere. I like to work with female models. I love their natural beauty and vulnerability and leave it intact as much as possible.They play the leading part in my images. [Official Website]

In my images I like to leave room for imagination of the viewer. Not all the questions are given.Often people see stories in my pictures or covers of a book still to be published.

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soft sacrifice prins onstage Lonely break

 

3 comments

  • Jos Schaefer

    Jul 30, 2013 at 13:15

    Jack, great artist and photographer

  • Janssens serge

    Aug 1, 2013 at 16:36

    Très belle conception de la photographie de charme ,sans aucun mauvais goût n’y de provocation,les modèles sont très bien mit en valeurs simplement mais très joliment !!!! Serge

  • serge janssens

    Aug 1, 2017 at 22:26

    Commentaire identique à celui du 1août 2103 . Félicitation

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