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Theo Bosboom is a passionate photographer from the Netherlands, specialising in nature and landscapes. In 2013, he turned his back on a successful legal career to pursue his dream of being a fulltime professional photographer. He is regarded as a creative photographer with a strong eye for detail and composition and always trying to find fresh perspectives.
My images combine an early love of drawing and painting with a long-standing passion for photographing the landscape. An important part of my portfolio continues to be about the interaction between water and light in, but I’m also experimenting with movement on land and even my own progress on foot through the landscape. Facebook Flickr
Theo Bosboom is a Dutch nature photographer who has turned his passion for creative photography into a new career. His images have been recognised in competitions such as Wildlife Photographer of the Year and the International Photography Awards. He has a deeply personal approach to his photography, largely shooting the ‘intimate’ nature that he loves and always looking for new interpretations.
From Africa to Iceland, and from IT lawyer to pro photographer. It’s been quite a journey for you, hasn’t it? Tell me a little about your background – your childhood passions, education and vocation – and how you first got into photography?
Yes it’s been quite a journey, but I also hope there still lies a long journey ahead as well!