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©Leon Schroder Curves

By isolating a part of the body, emphasizing lines through the placement of light and removing color from the image, you create an abstract representation of the body.

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The body deformed and, in a thin layer of milk, reduced to two dimensions.
During my master’s degree in photography, the idea of experimenting with distortion, elegance and sensuality arose. Is the body still elegant, perhaps even sensual when the natural forms become out of proportion?

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Naked the Hague - ©Leon Schroder

My photo book Naked the Hague focuses entirely on our body image. With 330 photographs and personal stories, Hagenaars expose themselves literally and figuratively.
It is a sequel to Naked Rotterdam that I realized in 2017 as part of my Masters in Photography.
Naked Rotterdam was a tribute to American artist Greg Friedler (1970 – 2015) who made Naked New York, Naked los Angeles, Naked London and Naked Las Vegas.

The original concept of the Naked series revolves around identity. After all, we have a public identity and a private identity. In the Naked books, the public, clothed, portrait of each person is shown alongside the private, unclothed, portrait. Furthermore, the viewer reads that person’s occupation and age. Naked Rotterdam made me realize how prevalent the feeling of “not meeting the norm in terms of appearance” is in our society and how many people are burdened by that feeling. Social media play an important, negative, role in this.

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Stilleven van mijn leven ©Leon Schroder

Still life has its origins in painting, of course, but it has also been a popular theme in photography for many years. The quality of composition and control of light are also essential in still life photography.

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Sixties ©Leon Schroder

My photo book Naked the Hague focuses entirely on our body image. With 330 photographs and personal stories, Hagenaars expose themselves literally and figuratively.
It is a sequel to Naked Rotterdam that I realized in 2017 as part of my Masters in Photography.
Naked Rotterdam was a tribute to American artist Greg Friedler (1970 – 2015) who made Naked New York, Naked los Angeles, Naked London and Naked Las Vegas.

The original concept of the Naked series revolves around identity. After all, we have a public identity and a private identity. In the Naked books, the public, clothed, portrait of each person is shown alongside the private, unclothed, portrait. Furthermore, the viewer reads that person’s occupation and age. Naked Rotterdam made me realize how prevalent the feeling of “not meeting the norm in terms of appearance” is in our society and how many people are burdened by that feeling. Social media play an important, negative, role in this.

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Naked Rotterdam boek

My photo book Naked the Hague focuses entirely on our body image. With 330 photographs and personal stories, Hagenaars expose themselves literally and figuratively.
It is a sequel to Naked Rotterdam that I realized in 2017 as part of my Masters in Photography.
Naked Rotterdam was a tribute to American artist Greg Friedler (1970 – 2015) who made Naked New York, Naked los Angeles, Naked London and Naked Las Vegas.

The original concept of the Naked series revolves around identity. After all, we have a public identity and a private identity. In the Naked books, the public, clothed, portrait of each person is shown alongside the private, unclothed, portrait. Furthermore, the viewer reads that person’s occupation and age. Naked Rotterdam made me realize how prevalent the feeling of “not meeting the norm in terms of appearance” is in our society and how many people are burdened by that feeling. Social media play an important, negative, role in this.

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HTM ©Leon Schroder

The Hague transport company HTM wanted to thank the employees who maintain the streetcars for their efforts and offer them a personal photo portrait in return.

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