No location scouting. No composition framing. Not being concerned with the right lens choices or perfect camera settings. Not waiting for that one magical moment that would give the shot that something extra. Instead, leaving everything to chance.
For his photo series 'Lucky Shots', Dutch photographer Maarten Vromans (1975, Rucphen) traveled by train through The Netherlands, his home country. During a total of thirty days spread throughout four seasons in 2017, he took pictures of the landscapes that he passed by. In The Netherlands, Vromans explored whether it is possible to take interesting images if, as a photographer, you leave everything to chance.
In 2018, Vromans bundled 45 of the best photos of his 'Lucky Shots' series in a unique, limited edition photo book. Available now!