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University of Amsterdam


Click here for snapshots, of different excursions through different landscapes in the countryside of the Netherlands. 

University of Amsterdam


Click here for snapshots, of different excursions through different landscapes in the countryside of the Netherlands. 

 
 

Read more about the northern part of Spain and the National Parks that I have been to by clicking here!

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Patmos Greece


Patmos Greece


After I graduated in the summer of 2016, my friends and I went on a holiday to Patmos, a small island in Greece. Of course I brought my camera with me as well. So here is a photo serie about the island of Patmos, a bit more urban than the rest of my subjects, but diversity isn't a bad thing.

See the galley here   

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Foxes


Read about this series below

Foxes


Read about this series below

A tale about Foxes

Despite the fact that they are very common in the Netherlands, foxes in their natural environment and in the countryside are very shy. Especially due to the history of hunting, foxes became very seclusive. However deep into the Dutch dunes, a stronghold of these interesting animals is very much alive. Sometimes fed by humans, they aren't as seclusive anymore as their countryside relatives. So in the summer of 2015, this stud on the right and I set out to document some of those beautiful creatures.

While not the most elusive animals, I still worked a lot with a remote to trigger, so I would place my camera strategically and wait from a distance.

Although very fortunate, but also a bit unfortunate, we where still in school at the time so going for days without end wasn't an option fur us. That's why this photo serie is taken over around 1 year, with 3 or 4 day trips. Hopefully you'll enjoy these wonderful animals as much as I do.

See the story here. 

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About


About


Welcome

I like to call myself a young nature photographer, or at least trying to be one. 

I was born in 1997, in the concrete jungle of Amsterdam. Currently, I am studying Biology at the University of Amsterdam. Which I think is a crucial step for my background as a nature photographer. 

I specialize in wildlife and landscapes. In my photography,  I try to tell stories about an animal, landscape or object. In order to tell these stories, I prefer to use a wide range of lenses, from a telephoto to a super wide angle lens. Keep my distance, or if nature allows me to, get close to the action and show the animal in its natural environment, or the habitat to which the animal has adapted. Because in that way you can relate more to my subjects and the wonders of the natural world.

Dim your lights, sit back and enjoy. 

Michiel van Noppen 

Always testing my remote trigger and practicing yoga at the same time. I still suck at yoga.