Overijssel Wedding Photographers

Lifestyle Photography in Overijssel

Would you like to find an Overijssel lifestyle photographer to capture your family in natural and relaxed portraits? When you select one of our top lifestyle photographers to do your upcoming teen, family, couple, or maternity portrait session, the photographs you will receive will be distinctive and one of a kind! The Lifestyle Photographers Association of The Netherlands:

Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Overijssel

2 Available Lifestyle Photographers...

Christie Agema, Lifestyle Photographer of Netherlands and also serving families in Overijssel

In the beginning, I almost only did posing work, also with children and yes even newborns. Had a posing bag (as it is called so nicely), countless hair bands, hats, and background cloths and so on. But something never clicked. I couldn't put my finger on it in the beginning. For me, the beautiful moments during a session were always the moments that parents had with their children when they were waiting. The hugs, chatting together. That was what I wanted to record, I wanted this. Just like I always did and still do with my own children. I only focus on documentary family photography (or day in the life reports): family, pregnancy, birth and newborn. Spontaneous, casual and pure photography that captures your life as it is. My wedding photography also has these words as a theme. Showing how the day really went; the emotions and the moments. What else can I tell you about me? I love cookbooks, I have a lot of them, I mainly bought some because of the photos in it. And one more thing about me...I love quotes! Those who follow me on my facebook page or my Instagram know this. I mainly use quotes to emphasize a photo or a series of photos. They can really give strength to a photo.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA
Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Indra Simons, Lifestyle Photographer for NL

The next word I learned after 'mommy' and 'daddy', was probably 'aperture'. My father is a photographer you see. And I spend quite a few hours in the darkroom watching the pictures he took showing up. But it was not until I was planning a trip to New York that I took an interest in photography myself. I borrowed my father's Pentax and asked him what exactly I should do with it, the day before leaving. Right. Not the best of my images, you can imagine ;-) So I took some photography classes and really got the hang of it. I developed an interest in people photography and documentary photography because I really like searching for the best possible images in a given situation, without interfering.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA
Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA