Awesome Night Pictures of Amsterdam

Renzo Gerritsen is a 22 year old photography student in Amsterdam. Maybe you remember this name, because we featured his awesome pictures from SAIL Amsterdam 2015 from the roof of the Mövenpick Hotel. Renzo has been always fascinated by night photography. He dreamed away by looking at the skyline of Paris, Dubai or New York, but then realised that he goes to school in a city with the same beauty: Amsterdam. There are a lot of photographers who try night photography in Amsterdam, but they mostly shoot the same places like Dam Square, the canals or the Rijksmuseum over and over again. Why would you do that? That's when Renzo started to look for different and unique vantage points. Fortunately, Amsterdam has a few buildings where you can photograph the city. In this gallery some of pictures. Other pictures can be seen in his new photography website AmsterdamUnseen.com. On this website you can find beautiful photos of Amsterdam. Check also their Facebook page.

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Awesome view of SAIL Amsterdam 2015 from roof Mövenpick Hotel

In the beginning of this year we featured a gallery from Dutch Photographer Renzo Gerritsen who managed to shoot amazing pictures from the Toren Overhoeks in Amsterdam during Christmas Eve 2014. During SAIL Amsterdam 2015, the largest free nautical event in the world, he climbed on the roof of the Mövenpick Hotel and shot these awesome pictures. Thanks to Renzo Gerritsen.

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Amazing view of Amsterdam from Shell-toren

The Toren Overhoeks in Amsterdam was build for Shell in 1966 and therefor better known as the Shell-toren. At this moment the tower is under construction and will be opened with a nightclub and restaurant. The Dutch Photographer Renzo Gerritsen and Tiuri Gilbert went to this place on Christmas Eve 2014 to do some Urban Exploring. They had some trouble to get in, but once arrived on the 17th floor they managed to shoot some amazing pictures. Also they made some incredible picture from a crane. Their article (in Dutch) and all amazing pictures can be seen here. Thanks to Renzo Gerritsen.

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