May 9, 2020. Due to the absence of tourists in Vietnam the photo tours are sort of dead at the moment. But they do happen when there is demand. To be able to survive I have created live online photography lessons in English and in Dutch. At the moment there are three different ones, Camera Settin...

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On a sunny day you're never alone.

This is Lan. She sells coconut/potato/green bean/banana snacks in Hoi An ancient town. The streets are almost deserted, so business is down a lot. These days it is hard to make a living and survive.


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We're still open for business, despite COVID-19. To minimalize risk we temporarily do not accept big groups. One or two people are still fine. On tour we keep distance, so we're going to use our zoom a lot more!

Hoi An ghost town.

On any normal day there are thousands of people roaming the streets of Hoi An. Due to Covid-19 Vietnam has closed its borders and from yesterday all "non-essential" businesses are shut down. Yesterday morning there was not a single tourist in town. Just some locals doing their...

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In the right season you can see farmers picking chillies. Once you know how to do it, it is quite easy go get close and get the best shots. This one was taken in the month June on the countryside tour.


Meet Mr. Hao. He lives close to the centre of Hoi An and he loves kung fu and drinking coffee with friends. You can meet him on the morning tour in the alleys.


Health and safety are not high on the agenda in Vietnam, if at all. Only very few welders use a proper mask, most use anything that may offer some protection (usually sunglasses) and few even do it without. This guy with his swimming mask takes it to the next level.

Photo taken on my Countryside...

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Vietnam is changing rapidly. No matter where you go, there are construction sites. To the visitor it may seem it's all about resorts and hotels, but the vast majority is about building new houses. No matter which street you go into, new houses are built.

In western countries people move. They ei...

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This is Duy Hai, a fishing village on the river mouth, where Thu Bon river meets the ocean. It's about 10 kilometres away from Hoi An and only very few tourists come here.

Before sunrise the fishermen return with their catch and on the shores all the trading starts. There are mainly women (eithe...

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a year ago
Pieter is an absolutely great tutor and guide. Adapting to my knowledge level he taught a very useful lesson on night photography. I'll be joining to another tour soon!
- David K
a year ago
We went with Pieter on a morning alley shoot in Hoi An. Not only has Pieter extensive knowledge of the alleys (which is sure to give you lovely pictures) but Pieter also combines different camera settings to different situations. Look for yourself what setting gives the best picture! We enjoyed it and recommend Pieter. Best regards, Linda en David (Utrecht)
- Linda F
a year ago
We did two tours with Pieter and loved both. He showed us a side of Hoi An we would not have seen otherwise and the photos we were able to take were exceptional. He gave us access to the most fascinating people and places. Five thumbs up!
- Villia J

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On my tours I aim to ignite your passion for photography. Master the important settings and learn tons of things about composition From now on you will capture better images and memories.

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