Lifestyle Photography in Flanders
Are you in need of a Flanders lifestyle photographer? Are you wishing to document your family in portraits that are wonderful and personalized to your family? When you choose one of our highly accomplished lifestyle photographers to do your next family, teen, couple, or maternity portrait session, you will obtain photographs that capture you and your family in the surroundings you are most contented in, so your photographs are authentic and not posed or rigid. The Lifestyle Photographers Association of Belgium:
Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Flanders
6 Available Lifestyle Photographers...
I'm Jonas, 39, born in Ghent and living in Aalst. Married with Heike and father of Mon (6) and Miene (4). Together, my everything. In addition, I love the sea, music, sour sweets and lifestyle photography of course. For me, photography is a hobby that got out of hand. After enthusiastic reactions to my travel photos, friends sometimes asked me to photograph their children or even their marriage. And successfully, because many tens of thousands of photos later, I was able to make my profession out of photography. My style? Spontaneous, romantic, no-nonsense lifestyle photography. But above all: unusual. Furthermore, I am quite a calm and down-to-earth guy. Absolutely no big noise or someone who pushes you too much. You can safely pose for a photo, but just as well I just walk the entire day in your shadow and I give a clue here and there. If you are only in the spotlight, I will ensure that I have captured the best moments.
I am passionate about lifestyle family photography! You notice that when you see me working professionally. What do you get to see? A professional photographer who works professionally and efficiently, who knows how to behave correctly in every situation and who discreetly moves to take sneaky and almost invisible beautiful pictures for you. Someone who does not shy away from crawling or lying on the ground with one goal: the ideal photo.
I am Pieter, an enthusiastic creative person with a keen eye for special moments in daily life. As a photographer - I'd rather call it a storyteller - I look for memorable passages in life, I like to think about it and I take my time to tell my own story about it. For me, photography is the continuous search for new stories and then capturing them from an unexpected angle. I myself do not like the stiff pose and I try to be as absent as possible as a photographer in my environment. Only in this way can I incorporate the spontaneous experience into a surprising series of images.
By taking photos of my sons, the value of small everyday moments really became clear to me. I photograph them during play and mischief, during fun moments and crying, during fraternization and quarrels. These photos say so much about them and their personality that I am sure that they will cherish these memories the most later. I also want to realize these memories with you. I live and work in Landegem near Ghent, but as a photographer I go everywhere. Feel free to contact me if you live in Antwerp, Ostend, Brussels, Kortrijk or Hasselt. A trip abroad is also perfectly possible.
I am Sophie! I spend most of my days in Ghent, where I live and work. I have been photographing and filming for as long as I can remember, although I have evolved from making after-school "village documentaries" at the age of 8 to a full-time existence as a photo and videographer. Tirelessly optimistic, I am always looking for authenticity and connection; as a fiery believer in the beauty that people are capable of and a lover of the humor of everyday life, I try to capture sincere moments. I also like to make corporate films and photos based on a strong story.
When Oliver was born, I had a really hard time with the speed of life. It seemed as if an entire life had flown by in one week. And so it was. I dreamed of a pause button. That everything would go a little slower to enjoy his little toes and cute smiles just a little longer. That everything could stand still for a moment, right through the baby rush. I was afraid of forgetting bits of his life. From beauty, to the small milestones of every day. It seemed as if other mums were doing everything so well. They could tell the growth of their baby very precisely, per week, per kilogram. I couldn't do that. I had other things on my mind: new ideas, my own wishes. I was trapped between my drive on the one hand and my desire to enjoy my baby bubble on the other. The first months with Charlie were a world of difference. This second time I could enjoy my postpartum period. I now know how to MAKE time instead of running after life. I can intensely enjoy my family life and my boys. Every moment is valuable. The most beautiful smile on Sunday morning. A mouth full of chocolate, dancing through the living room in pajamas. The secret painting on our newly whitewashed wall. How fantastic and beautiful is it to give this feeling to other mums and dads too? I believe that every parent can consciously enjoy the first moments as a family. Because how unique are those first months of life ... Once you know how you can experience and hold on to this time, you can always relive the little moments. Being able to enjoy your maternity time forever, how special is that.