I don’t really remember when I started with photography, but my first photographic experiments were with an analog point-and-shoot during the family vacations with my parents. Even then I already preferred nature photography. My first analog SLR was Rusian made and I got it from some small shop on the Falconplein in Antwerp (in those days that was Little Moscow). It was with that camera I really got into photography. Technical my photographs weren’t that good, but an entire new world opened for me. For some reason I can’t remember, I later returned back to an analog point-and-shoot. Probably for practical reasons, but I also photographed less and less. In 2005 I changed to digital, with a HP point-and-shoot. Looking back at it, that thing was of terrible quality, but nevertheless I made a lot of images with it. Because I kept hitting the limitations of that camera, I bought my first DSLR in 2008. At the time I picked Canon and I’m still faithful to that brand.
Since that time I explored the technical side of photography through courses and workshops. Because of that the quality of my images improved a lot. The subjects I photograph are mainly nature photography and concert photography. These are very different subjects, but they offer a wide range of possibilities for me as a hobby photographer. By now I have a huge collection of digital images. Some of them I put on the internet and can be seen by anyone in my portfolio here on this website.
Al my images are copyrighted. If you want to use one of my photographs on the internet or printed please contact me in advance and then arrangements can be made.
You can find more information about me on my personal website: https://michelstuyts.be
I also use Pixelfed to share some of my images.