London 2012, at the Olympics beach volleyball court with son Jurr (l). Huge stadium, seems even bigger after panoraming it in Photoshop.
Tess & Liz, performing in Utrecht, summer 2008. Panoramic photographs didn’t exist yet at that time. So I had to photoshop it, to catch the performers and the audience in one shot.
Tess and her class at Codarts created and performed a musical. I helped them with a poster, a photoshop montage of seven pictures and added effects.
Tess playing the Ice Queen in a school musical in 2005. I made the crown and did the make-up. The highlights are from Photoshop.
Sam wishes to be a mermaid and to swim with dolphins. With Photoshop, it’s possible. Sam’s upper half, the fish and the stones nest we shot at Crete, Greece. The dolphins and Sam’s tail are from the internet.
Trying out a new transformation tool in Photoshop on John Travolta.
July 2016: at the Prague castle there was an nice belvedere. Gymnastic daughter Sam held her legs up high and in Photoshop I could make it Escher-like.
The infinity pool at the Tideline Resort in Palm Beach, Florida
The Bouillon Castle in the Ardennen is over 150 meters wide. In 2004 I took several pictures and melted them together. Shitty job, at that time panoramic software didn’t exist. The added soft focus on the village below and the mountains in the back make it look like a miniature maquette. The original montage is 10.000 px wide.