» What sort of images is this about?

We base our images on our own photographic material, often of various landscapes, but also of other subjects that struck us — from rusting iron to floating jellyfish.

Apart from pictures of what we see around us in the flat landscape of the Dutch “polders”, we have many showing the wild Highlands of Scotland, our home for several months each year.

Our main object is to recall as fully as possible the sometimes frankly overwhelming impression a scene or subject made at the moment we took the shot.

Despite all modern know-how, photography and printing technology remain severely limited, so “ordinary”, uncorrected photo prints are never really capable of resurrecting the original impression.

By cunningly combining science and technology with our artist's experience, we manage to produce images that say so much more than photos generally can