Home Sweet Home

Over the years I’ve done a lot of travelling, but I always came back to my home country, the Netherlands. I feel a bit disappointed when I come back from “spectacular” countries, but I am not the only one.

When I talk to other photographers, they always tell me how ‘jealous’ they are that I live in the Netherlands with ‘such beautiful scenery’. When I ask where they are from, they often come from countries that I consider far more beautiful. I concluded that people generally do not find their home country impressive to photograph. I used to be like that myself until I dedicated myself to finding the beauty that was right around the corner.

I want to encourage people go and find the most beautiful places in their own country and try to capture them in the best possible way. Home sweet home!

Albert Dros


"I am obsessed with getting the perfect shot"

Albert’s work can be described as vibrant, colourful and sometimes even with a bit of a fairytale style. People often say his landscapes remind them of Lord of the Rings while his cityscapes are crystal clear and sharp. He believes that different genres require different approaches. 

His work purely represents his own vision and standards. That means he often does not work for a client directly. As a perfectionist he always tries to capture a certain moment or scene in the best possible way spending great amounts of dedication and time to get the shot he wants. He calls himself a ‘modern’ photographer meaning he completely loves new technology and always tries to keep up with innovations. That’s where he says Sony is a complete fit to his personality.

He has been featured on many big media outlets like Time, National Geographic and the Huffington Post.

His projects range from pure landscape work to artistic abstract approaches in which he is trying different things with photography. He always finds it important to have no boundaries in expressing an artistic vision.