Daniël Lousbergh, M.D. (°1951 – Belgium) retired general practitioner and lecturer University of Leuven..
He has been photographing since 1958.
In 1995 he joined the international photo group Alfa and started to concentrate on black and white photography.
In his work, one can find specific elements that constitute his signature style. His portraits of people all over the world testify of his human sympathy and deep respect for his subject. He photographs mainly in black and white to avoid the distraction of colour and to highlight his subjects’ character.
Getting close to all kinds of people, through his lense and through his conversation (sometimes merely non-verbal, but always with a sense of humour) improves him incredibly as a person.
That’s why his Hasselblad, Leica or Nikon will never be too heavy, even when climbing mountains or marching the desert.
Fotomagazine Kontakt – Belgium 5/95
Best of friends- Creative Monochrome UK. 2001
Digital Photo Art UK. 20/2002
Salus populi gloria – Luc Brone – Belgium 2003
Maria door Vlaanderen gedragen – Belgium 2009
Beeld Express – Belgium 5/2009
Kroningskalender 2009 – Belgium 2009
Columbusmagazine- Collectors Edition – The Netherlands 2009
Buiten Competitie fotoboek – Belgium 2010
Beelden van Birma – Peter de Ruiter – The Netherlands 2010
National Geographic Calendar 2017 – The Netherlands 2016
Shades of Color 2 – Fine Art Photography Magazine – E-presse – France 2018
Selected for the exhibition Playground (Carla Kogelman) – Hasselt – Belgium 2020
Solo – Exhibitions in Brüssel(B), Duffel (B), Genk(B), Tongeren (B) (Médecins sans Frontières), Macon (F), Esch-sur-Alzette (L), Merchweiler (D)