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Karin is a passionate travel & humanitarian photographer, a photography educator, a nomad, and a happy mom.
Since her graduation from Artez, School of the Arts in the Netherlands she’s been photographing people in an honest, pure and expressive style. She is specialized in humanitarian photography, reportage photography, travel photography, street photography and family documentaries. She has worked with (online) magazines, artists, companies, entrepreneurs, and families. She also volunteered as a photographer for several charity causes.
A people photographer pur sang she is driven to capture the unicity, strength, and beauty of every human on the planet. As a humanitarian photographer, her one goal is to create powerful images of people rising above their circumstances and to tell authentic stories of courage, resilience, joy, hope, and humanity.
Vision and Skill
Out of a strong desire to help aspiring photographers create compelling images of everything our astounding planet has to offer she shares her vision, skill, and experience at the Photography Playground Blog and through Online Travel Photography Courses. She believes it’s not the camera that creates a strong image but the creativity, vision, and skill of the person behind the camera.
She is originally from the Netherlands but her wandering heart has set up camp in Lisbon in 2017.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and Photography from ArtEZ, University of the Arts in the Netherlands.
I'm Karin, a pro photographer bringing 25+ years of experience to your table. Dedicated to teaching you how to capture your wonderful world in expressive photography using ANY camera. Because honestly…..? It’s not about the camera. It's about your vision!
Guestblogs by Karin
2 guest posts on a Dutch travel blog about photography apps and editing in Snapseed. In Dutch.
Karin in the Media
An interview for the book Go Remote! A careers guide for working remotely by Bea Uhlenberg and Jan C. Ollig. In German.
English version coming soon!
For more info: new-work-life.com
An interview on digitalnomadgirls.com about digital nomad jobs.