|I'm Wilfred van der Vegte. I was
born in 1963 and currently I live in The Hague in the Netherlands
(Holland). In my 'other life' I work
at Delft University
of Technology. I've been making photographs since the 1970s.
Photograph: Berlin, 2008
© Jan Brouckaert.
|Most of the photographs on
have been made with 35mm and 6x4.5 analog equipment, and scanned
filmscanner. The more recent pictures were taken with a Nikon
D70s/D90 DSLR. If you're interested in technical stuff I recommend the
following sites, where I post photographs on a regular basis, and where
you can sometimes find details like film types, exposure data and the
type of lens I used:
- The contaxg pages: This is where you can find a selection of the images I shot with my Contax G2 - an autofocus viewfinder camera with
exchangeable lenses. The contaxg pages are a lively web community where
users of Contax G1 and G2 cameras post images, critique and rate each
others images and discuss photography-related topics. My user page is here.
The non-contaxg pages:
where I post images shot with my other gear: the Nikon DSLR, the Bronica
RF645 medium-format rangefinder camera and the Minolta
manual-focus SLRs I owned in the 1990s. There are also a few images
taken with a disposable camera and images taken with the
Voigtländer Vito B that I used in the 1970s and 1980s (and which I
- The contaximages pages: This
is where I sometimes post images made with my compact Contax T2 camera.
presents a map of the world on which you can search images based on the
location where they were taken. Anyone can become a member and post his
or her images, so there's a lot of variety in style and quality. It's a
very nice and innovative concept.
On all these websites, many interesting contributions from other
photographers can be found.