Natascha Worseling

I am Natascha Worseling (1969), born in Curaçao and raised in Den Helder.
Since 2014 I have discovered photography. From childhood I’ve always been creative in the form of painting, drawing, crafting, etc. The step to photography was small for me, because here I can also use all my creativity in this. My drawing and painting background is a big advantage, because I have an (innate) eye for composition and color.

My first camera was an Olympus OM-D E-M5 system camera. Later I switched to the Olympus OM-D-E M1 MI and at the moment I am shooting with the OM-D-E-M1-MII. Both are also system cameras. My interest in what I like to photograph is wide. As long as I can see a fascinating picture, I find many topics interesting. But animal photography, architecture, photoshoots and urbex photography do have my preference.

I love to go out with my camera. Sometimes such a day starts very early and I only come home late with a wealth of photos. I also like to edit my photos into an even better whole, What I had already seen with the eye, I can bring more to the fore in my modern “dark room”, so that it ultimately becomes the perfect picture for me.

“I love to go out with my camera”

Workingplace

Art Prints

CV

– National Geographic: Two of my photos are in the National Geographic tear-off calendar 2019
– In the large Church in Alkmaar, a picture of me hung in an exhibition for a few months in 2018. This was in response to the “Perspective” competition. I belonged to 21 entries that were selected by the professional jury and thus earned a place in the exhibition / exhibition in the large church in Alkmaar.
– From June to September 2019, some of my photos have been exhibited in the hall of the Noordwest Ziekenhuisgroep.