Sander Poppe

Dutch Landscape Photographer
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Love and passion

Photography the beauty of the finest landscapes

Hello, thank you for stopping by on my website. I am a landscape photographer based in the Netherlands. When the sky starts to color in the morning or in the evening, it starts to itch me, and I have to go outside!

Coast

Feel the wind… taste the salt…. And watch the glorious coastlines of this world. I love to take photos from our Dutch coast, but also from rocky beaches… And not forget: old lighthouses! Come with me, and take a look 😉

Falls

Drops fall down, moss grows on the edges… Slippery paths… With my ankles in the flowing water…. Watching some miracles falls. Come and take this tour with me from the Breacon Beacons, Belgium Ardennes and more…

Lakes, rivers

Rivers… Lakes… That is typical Holland. We have always a fight with the water.  We Build dikes and bridges. We love it, we hate it… We live with it… But most of all these things: I like to take photos from it 🙂 So watch my portfolio from our lakes and rivers… From Holland and from byond.

Only the Best

Prints available on canvas, xpozer and more

I feel honoured that people bought my photos for on there wall. To fill their homes and offices with nice colours from the loveliest sunsets and sunrises. These photos are my top four sales. Thank you for that! I appreciate it very much!

Neeltje Jans

Deltawerken

 

Domburg

Famous coastline

 

Dishoek

Walcheren, Zeeland

 

Kinderdijk

Dutch windmills

 

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My latest images

Eyemouth, Scotland
Brugge, Flanders, Belgium
Berwickshire coastal path, Eyemouth, Coldingham, Killiedraught Bay, Scottish border, Scotland, United Kingdom
Kinderdijk mills, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Eyemouth, Scottish borders, Scotland, United Kingdom
Berwickshire coastal path, Eyemouth, Coldingham, Killiedraught Bay, Scottish border, Scotland, United Kingdom
St Abbs, Berwickshire Coastal path, Coldingham, Killiedraught Bay, Scottish border, Scotland, United Kingdom
Eyemouth, Scottish borders, Scotland, United Kingdom

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My latest blogs

Some photos have story, some new product have to be told… Come with me on my journeys and read it all in my blogs.

The quay of the Rosary

The quay of the Rosary

I recently visited Brugge, together with my best friend. And if you visit Brugge as a photographer, you have to visit the quay of the Rosary. I think this is the most famous spot in Brugge. When you visit Flanders in Belgium, I most recommend this location!

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Surrounded by grace

Surrounded by grace

There are those mornings that, while photography at sunrise, you feel completely surrounded by grace. Similarly this morning near the Berwickshire coastal path at Eyemouth.

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Tantallon castle

Tantallon castle

This location was high on my list for photography during our stay in Scotland: Tantallon Castle near North Berwick in East Lothian. Beautiful castle on a cliff at the North Sea. The rocks in the bay were amazing.

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H&Y Magnetic K-series Filter System

The added value of the H&Y filter system is in the magnetic part. The filters are easy to place on the holder by means of magnets. These magnets are build-in in the framework around the filter and of course in the filterholder.
This way you can work quickly and easy.
 

H&Y example

FAQ

Why ND gradient filters?

The camera’s sensor cannot work with large light differences. That is why the sky is often overexposed or the foreground too dark. To correct this, landscape photographers use Neutral Density Gradient filters. Use an ND Hard Gradient with a straight horizon. Is the horizon not straight? Then use an ND Soft Gradient.

Why H&Y Magnetic K-series Filter System?

The quality of these H&Y filters is just good. This is similar to other brand, for example, the LEE filters. The added value is in the magnetic part. The filters are namely easy to place on the holder by means of magnets.

How H&Y filter system compared to other brands?

The added value is in the magnetic part. The filters are namely easy to place on the holder by means of magnets. These magnets are incorporated in the framework around the filter and of course in the holder. This way you can work quickly.

No color cast or vignetting. In that respect, the results are perfectly comparable with LEE, which is seen as the best filter brand in the world.

Are there any disadvantages to the H&Y Filter System?

There is, however, a point of attention that you should pay attention to. If you walk with your equipment and the filters are on the holder, you can lose it while walking, because there is a risk that they fall off the magnetic holder. Fortunately this is easy to solve. There is a rotary knob on the holder to fix the filters. If you turn this on, the filters are clamped in the holder and you can no longer lose it. 

That’s the only disadvantage in my opnion. One that is good to live with 😉

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Samyang lenses
H&Y Magnetic Filter System

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