Albert Dros’ work can be described as vibrant, colorful and sometimes even with a bit of a fairytale style. He believes that different genres require different approaches. His work purely represents his own vision and standards. 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 has been featured on many big media outlets like Time, National Geographic, Huffington Post and so on. As a travel and landscape photographer being lots of time on the road is nice, but he always tries to be home during the Tulip season. This isn’t always easy as the exact timing of the blooming is always quite random. Sometimes the tulips will show itself during April and sometimes you have to wait a bit until May. They’re usually here for a period of 2-3 weeks depending on the weather. A safe bet to visit is usually the end of April. Also, he says that seeing the flowers on the farmers’ lands is on another level – endless tulips that stretch all the way to the horizon. As a Dutch landscape photographer, Dros has taken his fair share of tulip shots. But he always keeps going. “I love the season, again and again, every year. I always have new ideas how to photograph them and always aim for different weather conditions. This is a series of photographs I captured over the years. I have always loved capturing the flowers from ground level. I love shooting with a very wide angle and love to get up close to the tulips to get a beautiful perspective. This year I decided to complete these series with not only drone footage, but also shots were taken from a small airplane from an open window.” Albert Dros made a name for himself with numerous spectacular images, photo stories and articles. 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.