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No location scouting. No composition framing. Not being concerned with the right lens choices or perfect camera settings. Not waiting for that one magical moment that would give the shot that somethingextra. Instead, leaving everything to chance.
For his photo series ‘Lucky Shots’, Dutch photographer Maarten Vromans (1975, Rucphen, NL) traveled by train through The Netherlands, his home country. During a total of thirty days spread throughout four seasons, he took photos of the landscapes and city views that randomly passed by his window. And discovered it is possible to produce strong images by letting everything go.
Maarten Vromans (1975, Rucphen, NL) roams through cities and landscapes. With his photography, he likes to explore the impact that people, nature, and weather have on urban development. He also investigates if it is possible to produce strong images by just leaving everything to chance.
His photos were published in New Dutch Photography Talent 2016, an annual platform publication featuring the work of hundred upcoming Dutch photographers. Since then, Maarten’s work has been featured by online and print magazines such as Format Magazine, Buzzfeed and Aesthetica Magazine.
Over the years Maarten has exhibited his work during fairs and exhibitions in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, The Hague, Budapest and London. In 2018 he published his first photo book called ‘Lucky Shots’. Maarten is represented by Zerp Galerie, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.