Peter Kool – Street photography, a double delight

Its a great pleasure to have Peter Kool, featured in Grain! As he said in his bio, he saw the light of life 1953 in The Netherlands; must have been one of those flash bulbs they used back then. Moved to Belgium in 1973 and worked in a steel factory for 35 years; taking pictures on the side. A few years ago, he moved aside the factory and started a second life; almost completely dedicated to photography. He like to wander around with a purpose, the hunt for a photo enhances the electricity in the streets.  His mpp (miles per photo) are rather high though, but liking to hold his camera makes it endurable; “that’s why some mechanophilia might be involved too. Anyway, the doing and the outcome makes street photography a double delight”, as he said.