About Hayo Baan – Photography
Hayo Baan – Photography specialises in architecture, interior, industrial heritage, landscape, and wildlife photography. Contact us if you would like to use us for an assignment.
In addition to photography, we also provide photography workshops and organise photography tours. For more information, please see our Workshops and Tours web page.
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Having graduated from Utrecht University with a degree in Computer Science, Hayo started his career working in IT as a software engineer and project manager. However, with the acquisition of his first SLR camera, his passion for photography was born. Trips to countries such as Australia, South-Africa, Namibia, and Greenland gave him ample inspiration for wildlife and landscape images. In 2008, Hayo made a decisive career move by quitting his job and starting a curriculum in photographic design with Fotovakschool Amsterdam, from which he graduated in 2010.
Hayo's drive for perfection is apparent in the immaculate quality and sharpness of his images. His photography is equally characterized by its brilliant, vibrant colours, alternated by softer hues and dark shadows to create suspense and mood. His strong opinion on environmental and fair trade issues is mirrored in his original ideas for idealistic campaigns.
Based on his previous technical background, Hayo developed himself as an expert in the field of camera technology and photography-related software, such as Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and PhotoMechanic. Workflow and Colour Management also hold no secrets to him.
To stay up to date on the latest developments in photography, follow our blog.
Hayo Baan's Photography Blog is dedicated to bringing you the latest photography news and reviews as well as tips and tricks on hardware, software, post processing, digital workflow, and colour management.
Look at the blog for information on:
- Important photography news
- Camera, lens, and accessory news & reviews
- Post processing tips & tricks for Photoshop, Lightroom, and Nikon Capture NX2
- Digital Workflow and Colour Management tips & tricks
- Photography related computer hardware and software news & reviews
Our forums are the place to ask photography related questions, inform about our workshops, and to share your images and receive feedback.
While our forums are not meant to replace other (generic) photography forums, the lower traffic volume assures you our personal and dedicated attention to all your questions!
If you would like to use an image for an online or hardcopy publication, please contact us for the possibilities.
All our images are available as high quality fine-art print. Just make a selection from our on-line galleries and contact us for a print.
Prints are available in various formats and on different types of material ranging from museum quality paper to canvas, perspex, dibond, with/without frame or mounting system, etc.
|C-Print on satin or glossy photographic paper||30x30cm – 30x45cm (12x12″ – 12x18″)||€ 85.00|
|40x40cm – 40x60cm (16x16″ – 16x24″)||€ 95.00|
|50x50cm – 50x75cm (20x20″ – 20x30″)||€ 105.00|
|60x60cm – 60x90cm (24x24″ – 24x36″)||€ 115.00|
|70x70cm – 70x105cm (28x28″ – 28x42″)||€ 125.00|
|76x76cm – 70x114cm (30x30″ – 30x45″)||€ 132.50|
|C-Print on pearl gloss (metallic) photographic paper||30x30cm – 30x45cm (12x12″ – 12x18″)||€ 90.00|
|40x40cm – 40x60cm (16x16″ – 16x24″)||€ 102.50|
|50x50cm – 50x75cm (20x20″ – 20x30″)||€ 115.00|
|60x60cm – 60x90cm (24x24″ – 24x36″)||€ 127.50|
|70x70cm – 70x105cm (28x28″ – 28x42″)||€ 140.00|
|76x76cm – 76x114cm (30x30″ – 30x45″)||€ 150.00|
|C-Print on satin, glossy, or pearl gloss photographic paper
- glued to polystyrene (1 or 2mm)
- glued to forex (3, 5 or 10mm)
- glued to dibond (3mm)
- glued to dibond with acrylic glass top layer (3 or 10mm)
- behind acrylic glass (3mm)
Canvas and other materials
|on request||on request|
Price including VAT, excluding shipping/transport.
Hayo's work has been exhibited at the following events:
6 – 15 March 2015, HotSpot dagen art trail: “Architecture and Landcape”
Two series of Architecture and Landscape images.
10 and 11 May 2014, Kunst in Kockengen art trail: “Landcape and Industrial Heritage”
Three series of Landcape and Industrial Heritage images.
18 May – 23 June 2013, FotoFestival Naarden 2013: “Kolmanskop, from diamond to sand”
Selection of photos of the sand-filled buildings in Kolmanskop, Namibia.
Selection of photos of birds from Japan.
12 and 13 may 2012, Kunst in Kockengen art trail: “White Birds in Winterly Japan”
Series of photos of Steller's Sea Eagles, Whooper Swans, and Red-crowned Cranes in the snowy white Japanese landscape.
8 June 2011 – 11 July 2011, Stadsdeelkantoor Amsterdam Zuidoost: “The new Bijlmer”
A series of painterly images showing the success of the renovation of a city district, beautifully printed at 80x100cm perspex with dibond backside.
2 July 2010 – 18 July 2010, Fotovakschool Amsterdam: “Final Exam Exposition Photographic Design 2010”
Exhibition of the work of the 2010 graduate students of the Photographic Design class at the Fotovakschool. Hayo exhibited the following two series:
“Limits Reached” – A series of extreme panoramas illustrating the beauty of both buildings/industry and nature, but also of the fact that there are limits to urbanisation.
“The new Bijlmer” – A series of painterly images showing the success of the renovation of a city district.
11 September 2009 – Now (permanent), Abrona Kunst & Koffie: “Character Portraits”
Series of portraits of mentally handicapped people working at Abrona Kunst & Koffie, an organisation providing daytime occupation and work.
12 May – 17 June 2009, Fotovakschool Amsterdam: “Limits Reached”
Series of extreme panoramas illustrating the beauty of both buildings/industry and nature, but also of the fact that there are limits to urbanisation.
Shown as part of the exhibition for the opening of the new building of Fotovakschool Amsterdam at the Nieuwe Spiegelstraat.