Het Witte Huis (Rotterdam)

Het Witte Huis (Rotterdam) van Joey Juffermans

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Het Witte Huis (Rotterdam) van Joey Juffermans

Koop dit werk op canvas, aluminium, Xpozer, (ingelijste) fotoprint of behang, op maat geprint in Fine-Art kwaliteit.

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Rotterdam (NLD) - Het Witte Huis is gebouwd in 1898 en de eerste wolkenkrabber in Rotterdam. Voor een lange tijd was het het hoogste gebouw in de stad.

Over Joey Juffermans

Joey Juffermans profielfotoJoey's interest in photography originated during a trip to Guatemala in the summer of 2007. He went on a volunteer travel to help building a house for a family in need. This project was initiated by the Constru Casa Foundation. During the two weeks in Antigua Guatemala and San Juan del Obispo Joey recorded the progress of the construction of the new home for this family. After the built, a round trip across the country to Lago Atitlán, Volcán Pacaya, Semuc Champey, Tikal and Livingston made the journey complete.In 2011 Joey started to take pictures of the underwater world. From the tropical, blue waters of the Dutch Antilles and Egypt to the Dutch cold and green lakes. Unfortunately, a leak in the underwater housing (twice!) ended the fun of the underwater photography indefinitely.At this point Joey also started to study the techniques of photography and post-processing of images. Most skills are self-taught by reading (the internet is a great source of information) and learning from others. This with an important philosophy in mind: learning from yesterday and improving for tomorrow.Since 2015 Joey spends his time in the field and the city, searching for interesting places in the Netherlands and across the border. Joey chooses locations to take pictures of landscapes, cityscapes or architecture, preferably during low light conditions. In 2016 Joey started to capture his engineering projects in a photo blog: civil engineering pictured as fine art.

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