About - RotterdammertPhotography

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The term "Rotterdammert" can be used for a person born and raised in Rotterdam. 

Rotterdam is the second biggest city in the Netherlands. It was once the biggest port of the world, and is still the biggest port of Europe. There is a strong relation with the maritime world.

As being born (1963) and raised in Rotterdam, being originally educated as a maritime engineer, the term Rotterdammert Photography is a good choice for my serious photography hobby to my opinion.

I am also a dad of two beautiful daughters. As profession I was a software engineer (also related to the maritime world). In my free time I spent a lot of my time to photographing. Nature, travel, historical and modern architecture, panorama, portrait are some genres I do. Since 2019 I spent more and more time to compositing based on pictures I took myself. 

I hope you like what you see here on my site. Enjoy! 

In case of need for contact leave a message at the contact page. I will be in touch.

Any temptation or desire to use any picture, just contact me and we 'll always find a solution. Most photos can be easily printed at big formats, let's say till 1.5 meters by 1 meters.
To buy work refer to the buy page.

Any questions about a certain picture, just contact me as i am always willing to answer your questions

Any urge to use my photographic capabilities or want to cooperate, just contact me and we can discuss how I can help and we create a win - win opportunity.

Rotterdammert Photography
(Albert Fitskie)

Gear Used:

 I use several cameras of the brand Canon, i.e. 5DSr, 5DmII, 7DmII, and all kind of lenses from 11mm till 600mm from Canon, Tamron, Sigma and Irix. I always shoot in RAW format so for photo enhancement and manipulation I use the following programs Photoshop / Luminar / AuroraHDR / Topaz / Exposure / PTGui / Snapart / InfiniteTools / PS actions.


The loading of the photos might take some time, because all photos are presented in full resolution. So please, have a little bit of patience, thanks!

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