Dutch Artist and Fine-Art Photographer Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk style is inspired by the masterpieces of old master painters. While you see your photographs, you feel like you’re walking through a museum.
Woud-Binnendijk admits that her biggest inspiration is the old master painters of the Golden Age. Combining the techniques they used – Chiaroscuro principle and Sfumato technique in this case – she creates intricate depths by using dark and light contrasts.
By layering colors and tones, she creates soft and imperceptible transitions in her portraits which you can see below.
About Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk
Gemmy is a Dutch artist. After she graduated as Goldsmith, she studied Multi media design. In March 2016 photography changed her life. Attracted to the light, which was used by painters of the golden age. Her great passion for painting and drawing was refound in photography.
Combining the Chiaroscuro principle, and the Sfumato technique, she uses dark and light contrasts to create depth. Through layering colors and tones she creates soft and imperceptible transitions. Combined with the love for humans and animals and a strong creative urge, a nowadays portrait in the light of the past is born.
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