Hi, my name is Huub Keulers living in the Netherlands in a small stroke of land between the Belgium and German border.
The reason why I love sport photography that much is because it connects and unites people all over the world, it knows no borders and plays an important role in peoples life. I like to be near the action and capture that one moment in a split of a second that says it all: the emotion, the succes, the failure. It's an honor for me to shoot sports because of the respect I have for the athletes knowing what sacrifices they have to make to become the best. What more beautiful is there then to witness the relationship between the athlete(s), their coach and their fans. My pictures can best be described as stylised, frame filling, timed and a mixture of photojournalistic- / portrait photography.
Because I strongly believe that everybody has a right to learn I love to to share my photography knowledge, something that is embedded in my DNA. This is why I dedicate a portion of my time teaching photography, lecturing, coaching and writing blog articles and books. My workshops are open to photographers at all levels of learning. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out and contact me. I share my stories and experiences by writing articles for Canon Eoszine and Photofacts. In 2016 I was a sparring partner for the book 'Handboek Sportfotografie' by Pieter Dhaeze and Olympic photographer Pim Ras. At this moment a friend and I are busy with a new ebook project about sports photography. Exciting times!
My recent projects are: writing a new book about sport photography together with a friend, the Liebherr World championships Table tennis, Rabo Eurohockey championships, European championships wild water canoeing in Hohenlimburg (Ger), Ironman Maastricht (Nl) and Dutch Athletics Championships, Open Dutch Para Athletics Championships.
We all need dreams to keep us feel alive. My biggest dream is shooting the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 and Formula 1. Lets make dreams come true!
Address: Mergelakker 62, 6181 JG Elsloo (Nl)