Daniël Lousbergh, M.D. (°1951 – Belgium) works as a general practitioner.
He has been photographing since 1958.
In 1998 he joined the international photo group Alfa and started to concentrate on black and white photography.
In his work, one can find specific elements that constitute his signature style. His portraits of people all over the world testify of his human sympathy and deep respect for his subject. He photographs mainly in black and white to avoid the distraction of colour and to highlight his subjects’ character.
Getting close to all kinds of people, through his lense and through his conversation (sometimes merely non-verbal, but always with a sense of humour) improves him incredibly as a person.
That’s why his Hasselblad, Leica or Nikon will never be too heavy, even when climbing mountains or marching the desert.
To see more of his work, please visit www.lousbergh.be or contact firstname.lastname@example.org