Always great when photographers you work/worked with promote you or give you a positive reference. Makes you as a model feel really really appreciated 🙂

Thank you so much Franky Fine Art for the lovely review you gave me on my PurplePort account! ❤️

Edit: Recently deleted my PurplePort account. No longer active there.

Sorry to all my other favorite photographers but Greet is my number one favorite!

Let me tell you why. First of all, shooting with a female photographer is on a totally different level than shooting with a male photographer. The feeling of being comfortable is there instantly, much much easier to communicate (you know, woman amongst each other 😊) and the way a female photographer portrays you can’t compare with the way a male photographer does (technique, the female eye, … ).

And not just that. Greet is such a fun, enthusiastic and wonderful person to be with. You can’t have anything but a great time.

Need a photographer? Contact her. You will not regret it!

 

 

Luc Vandorpe is very high in my list of ‘favorite photographers’, and not just because he is a great photographer. Luc is such a sweet and down to earth guy. When shooting with him you instantly feel comfortable. There is no stress, no pressure or anything like that; only a fun and relaxed time.

He also helps you search for great poses. Not every photographer does this, but I appreciate it very much when a photographer does so. As a model you can take various poses, but small details like for example the position of your hand, the direction you are looking at, head a little higher or little lower, all those details can add to the final results of the photos.

When you take a look at his work you will notice he has a preference for more older, charming locations and a use of natural light. Something I absolutely love too.

Would I recommend shooting with Luc? Of course!

You can take a look at his work and contact Luc here:

With the ‘collabs’ posts I’m goïng to put a photographer I worked (or still work) with in the spotlights. And the first one, the one (as a model) I owe a lot to, is Robert Biesemans.

Don’t know if I would be where I am today if Robert didn’t helped my on my way.

He believed in me from the start, helped me build up a portfolio with photos I’m proud of. If I need advice or help I can always turn to him. And, just by the way Robert keeps promoting me, always makes me feel he loves working with me too.

Robert Biesemans is very professional in what he does. has his own unique and creative way of making photos, and (can’t mention enough how important I find this) instantly makes you feel comfortable.

After several studio shoots, a home boudoir shoot, and as he was the photographer on me and my husband’s wedding in september 2021 I can say one thing with certainty: whenever Robert asks me for a shoot I will never say no!

Interested in working with Robert Biesemans? Here is where you can contact him: