One location, two photographers


'One location, two photographers' is an ongoing project, which is not only a great way to discover a new photo location, but also a nice way to get creative with a fellow photographer.

Although taken at the same time and in the same location, it is always very interesting and inspiring to see how different the end results are when two photographers take pictures at the same location.


I started this project because I wanted to keep on experimenting, which is not always possible if you only do portrait shoots for clients. By doing some experimental shoots, I can discover new locations and make more creative portraits, which helps me in my work for clients.

Also, doing this together with another photographer, instead of a model, is also a big part of what makes it interesting. It is a great way to see how another photographer works and how another photographer sees a location.

And... for me, it's also good to be in front of a camera once in a while, instead of always behind the camera. I'm not a big hero at 'the other side' of the camera and it helps me to be able to put my clients at ease if I know what they feel like when they are in front of my camera. :)


Until now, I have only done this project in Belgium (with An, Babs and Inge) and I am so happy I found some Berlin photographers to continue the experimenting.


My first #onelocationtwophotographers session in Berlin, I did with the wonderful Joanna Furgał. She's not only a lovely photographer, but also a gorgeous model! Joanna is specialized in therapeutic photography and visual facilitation. You can read all about it on her website: www.viewatyou.com. And you can find her work on Instagram (@joanna_furgal) and Facebook (@terapiafotografia).


As a location we chose the 6the floor of the Rathaus Passagen Parking. This floor of the parking garage is almost always empty, but the best thing is the colored windows. On sunny days they create a magical photo studio! And guess what... You can also find this location in the Berlin Guide for Instagrammers!


Here is a selection of the portraits I made of Joanna:

(scroll down to see Joanna's portraits of me)




And here is a selection of the portraits Joanna made of me:




You can read more about this Instagrammable spot in the Berlin Guide for Instagrammers. The Berlin guide not only provides some background information about the Rathauspassagen, but also a fun fact, relevant hashtags, an Insta tip, the practical information on how to get there AND all the cool spots in the neighborhood. Next to this hotspot, you can find 99 more interesting, impressive and ‘Instagrammable’ spots in Berlin.


The #berlinguideforinstagrammers is online and offline available via these shops:




Are you interested in a portrait or social media session?

Feel free to contact me to receive more information

or take a look at my website to find an overview of my products and prices.

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