Renowned and highly respected photographer Annie Leibovitz recently gave an interview about the future of photography.
Every photo has a story. Why does someone during his whole life shoot only woman legs? Who was the woman with the mysterious name Tai Aagen-Moro? And what’s in the soup of Daguerre? Read More
Urban Photo Race Kicks-off July 26 in Amsterdam. expatsHaarlem is one of the main sponsors of the race.
Amateur and professional photographers are invited to experience and share a unique view of Amsterdam in this exciting 12-hour competition exploring Amsterdam.
Something for you? Read this press release and check it out.
Now the good weather has arrived, it is time to go outside again! Haarlem and surroundings has some beautiful spots where you can take great pictures, think of the canals, Elswout and the Dunes. Here are some tips for improving your photography. We would love to see the result in our Spring Photo Competition!
Haarlem! Summer! Open Air! Photography! The best ingredients for a wonderful PHOTO WALK.
Come and join us in the ‘Haarlem Summer Photowalk’ on August 16th at 13:00. This is a joint event of expatsHaarlem Photo Club and the Amsterdam Photo Club.
Windmills are an iconic part of the Dutch landscape.. and a visit to one is a must for visitors in the Netherlands. On Nationale Molendag (National Windmill Day), this weekend, about 950 windmills throughout Holland will be open to the public. Read More
On February 14, the winners of the prestigious annual World Press Photo contest were announced in Amsterdam. John Stanmeyer from the U.S. received the prize for World Press Photo of the Year 2013 with his piece “Signal”.
Enjoy the fabulous sea of flowers of Keukenhof Gardens. With 32 hectares and approximately 7 million flower bulbs the Keukenhof is the world’s largest flower garden and probably the most beautiful spring park in the world. Read More