a few blind spots
is a limited catalogue of endless things.
Sometimes you have to change to stay the same.
So I decided to limit my equipment and return to black and white.
From 2016-2019 I explored a variety of photographic genres by recording landscapes, architecture and things in black and white.
Studying the highlights, shades of grey and darkness opened me up to unexpected gifts and a renewed passion for photography.
It turned out that limitations also offer possibilities;
I found myself looking at different things in a different way;
and maybe for different reasons.
The photographs are printed with the K7 piëzographic technique, where several layers of gray ink are imposed, which offers the richest possible tonescale.
In an 96 page magazine the photo's are paired and sequenced from dark to light and then back to dark.