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Joel Tjintjelaar

Long-exposed Architecture

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Summary

Dutch photographer Joel Tjintjelaar practices long-exposure photography since 2006. His award-winning black and white architecture images are iconic.

Initially he experimented with seascapes. The Salk Institute in an Diego was a turning point that made him shift to architecture. Minimalsim and a rich contrast are his most recognisable features.

His awards exposed him to the public eye, to which he shares his expertise in workshops.