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Stepping one step away from reality

 

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Unique viewpoints

 

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April 24, 2017

Nieuwe creatieve energie

Nieuwe creatieve energie Tijdens een portfolio review heb ik een aantal tips mee gekregen waarmee ik mij verder kan ontwikkelen. Deze tips neem ik graag mee maar ik werd een beetje...
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April 10, 2017

Peak Design Camera Sling

The Peak Design camera strap is the perfect companion for your camera. Easy to adjust and super easy to attach and remove from the anchor locks. Beside all those nice features, it looks fantastic.

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April 6, 2017

Nisi Horizon Filter

Capturing the world as we see it, all in-camera. That is something difficult with sunrises and sunsets. The dynamic range is just too big for our camera sensors to capture it all.
If you want to achieve the best results, filters are needed.

Nisi has just released their new Horizon Filter…

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April 4, 2017

Picktorial 3 – Review

A first look at Picktorial 3. It’s a RAW processor with advanced tools normally found in photoshop packed in a beautiful workspace, designed for MAC. It makes RAW editing fast and easy for every enthusiast or pro.

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March 1, 2017

Aviation iPhone and Samsung cases

Get your one of a kind Aviation phone cases right here! iPhone SE, 6, 7 and Galaxy S7 phone cases printed with awesome cockpit photography.

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January 24, 2017

Mindshift Filter Hive review

Safe carrying, organised and a joy to use. That are the things that sum up the MindShift Filter Hive. Why? Read it in this review.

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About me

Architecture, Cityscapes, aviation and drone photography.

I’m Martijn Kort (34) a Dutch photographer and airline captain.
Ambassador for ZEISS Netherlands and NiSi Filters.

From a young age I was always looking up at the sky. Being surrounded by hot air balloon pilots in my family, I was submerged in aviation.
With hot air balloon flying you are always on the go at the best times of the day, around sunrise or sunset. The times where the light is at it’s best.
Photography was something which allowed me to capture the beauty of natural light.

When I’m flying at 38.000 feet and the soft light from the sunset or sunrise is present I am able to capture it in a unique way.
Sharing the beauty of nature together with the beauty of aviation, right from the cockpit.

With my architecture (fine-art) photography I’m stepping one step away from reality.
By using long exposure techniques I’m able to capture time passing by in a single frame.
With adding and removing light in my black and white images, I create tension in the frame. Focussing on details that you normally would miss when you walk by. Showcasing the world around us in a different way.

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