Architecture, Interior, Garden & Fine Art Photography
Peter Schroyens (Born 1973, Lier, Belgium) is a photographer, specialized in architecture, interior and garden photography. When not working on commission, he loves to create fine art images of modern architecture, abandoned buildings, deserted vehicles and magical landscapes.
The past years, Peter has done a variety of photographic assignments, including portraiture, reportage and product photography, to finally return to his first and true passion : Architecture and landscape photography. The ability to optimize reality on the one hand, and to transform it into a personal vision on the other, is his biggest motive.
Mostly self-taught, Peter Schroyens has attended a professional photography course for 3 years, at Syntra Antwerp, where he graduated in 2011. Before his studies, he was a member of camera club Obscura, Zoersel. Since 2012, he works as a freelance photographer, based in Nijlen, Belgium.
A number of Peter’s fine art works are included in private collections.
In addition to photo reportages for clients, he’s currently focusing on personal projects to create a body of work for future exhibitions.
"Photography and image editing offer me the possibility to control the balance between reality, and my personal interpretation of it."
"For assignments, I want to show off the subject’s most beautiful side. To realize this, I make use of the available light, thoughtful perspectives and compositions, with subtle image editing as a finishing touch.
Of course, the intensions, wishes and demands of the client are my first priority."
"In my personal projects however, reality is subjective. Here, photography and image editing serve as my tools to create images that transcend the real world. To immerse a subject and its surroundings in an atmosphere that I have in mind, is my true passion.
For more on the story behind these images, feel free to read my artist statement."