Kraan 3154bw

Kraan 3154bw von Rudy Umans

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Kraan 3154bw von Rudy Umans

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Beschreibung

Een (tuin) kraan vastgelegd met een pinhole camera. Pinhole fotografie kan worden vergeleken met de eeuwen oude Camera Obscura. Geen lens maar alleen een piepklein gaatje zonder glas en geen aanpassingen of scherpstellen.

Über Rudy Umans

Rudy Umans ProfilfotoARTIST STATEMENT

It is all about passion for the medium photography, passion for the subject, and the passion to share.

I do not really have a favorite subject. As long as the subject opens up certain emotions and I am able to translate those emotions to an image on a flat piece of paper for the enjoyment of others, we’re good.

BIO

I have been taking pictures forever, or so it seems, and ever since my parents gave me my first camera during a family vacation I have been hooked to photography. I was 6 or 7 years old and the camera was a little plastic Kodak Instamatic. I still have it.

I grew up in Haarlem, near Amsterdam, the Netherlands and married to a girl from Miami where I moved to in 1989. In the early nineties as a full time professional photographer, I did mainly products for catalogs for Deltone clock radio’s etc., Avanti small appliances and several importers of fancy perfumes and colognes. When Hurricane Andrew came along, it destroyed almost everything we owned and forced us to move to Palm Beach where I held several government jobs in small business assistance. During this time, I photographed mainly landscapes, using a large adjustable wooden camera with a bellow and a dark cloth in order to view the focusing screen.

In 2005, my wife and I moved back to Miami where I picked up my career that was so brutally interrupted by hurricane Andrew.

Today, my work is literally sold all over world to web designers, ad agencies, private enterprises, go

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