My name is Eus Nieuwenhuizen (Wijchen, 1959). I like it you're interested in my work. Why this site? I am an enthusiastic photographer and photography is my passion. Through this site I would like to share my photos. The pictures are central! In addition I offer the possibility to buy my work. My preference is focused on nature photography and landscape photography. But also I don't avoid macro- and architecture. My camera makes sure that I am more aware of all the beauty around me and so I can enjoy fascinating subjects.

I prefer to search that subjects in impressive (mountain-) landscapes. I like to travel with a preference to countries such as Scotland, Iceland and Scandinavia. But also Italy is one of my absolute favorites. It gives me a great satisfaction when I get home with photo material on which subjects truly come into their own and the atmosphere that I politely have. After a day of hiking and photographing, I like to look back, enjoying with a nice glass of wine.


I find it important to have rest in my subject and composition. In preparation I make great use of programs like The Photographers Ephemeris and Google Earth.
My photo equipment consists of an Olympus system camera. Recently I have my FF Nikon exchanged (pounds less weight during my walks!). I also make use of various lenses: macro and a huge wide angle (7 mm) to telephoto (300 mm).

The equipment is further complemented by a sturdy tripod and various filters, such as a polarized, grey gradient, and ND filters.

I photograph in RAW so that a program like Adobe Lightroom is indispensable. In addition to Lightroom, I use the software programs Adobe Photoshop and NIK software. The NIK software bundle is free to download from Google. Particularly the Silver Efex Pro component for black and white editing is a great program.


I am also active on Facebook and the photocommunities, 500px and


Want to buy my work? No problem, you can buy my work at werk aan de muur


Questions or remarks? Feel free to contact me.                                    


                                                                                                                                                                                                                             "the camera takes me out, it let me see, discover and enjoy"