I was born 1970 in Flanders, the dutch speaking region of Belgium.
I’m married to Nathalie, originally from the french speaking region of Belgium. Together we have two sons, Martin(14) and Eliot (13)

I am teaching photography at KISP – Ghent – Belgium.

I’m mostly interested in beauty photography, landscape photography and making personal artistic work. This blog is my main portfolio showcase site, and features regular updates on my work, techniques, light setups and gear reviews from the stuff I use.

This blog started as being quite divers in subjects. As I am evolving more towards feminine beauty, it might show more beauty work than before. There will also be some nudity and erotical arousal in some of the pictures. If any, I try to make it as tastefully as possible, my main goal being to bring out the feminine, the sensuality and eventually the fine eroticism in my subjects. I sincerely hope you are not offended by it. I think there’s a great need for genuine beauty and erotica, as a large intermediate area between institutionally installed puritanism on one side and plain porn on the other. You’ll find my main photography subjects portfolio’s on other pages of this blog.

you can contact me through

ludwig -at- renderhouse.eu

or by phone on +32 495 452 359

If you like my stuff, give me a ‘like’ or a ‘+1’, or even better for you, subscribe 😉

Ludwig Desmet

Group exhibits:

2009 – (Ant)ARCTIC matters – Brugge

2011 – WAK – Ronse

2012 – WAK – Ronse

2012 – Kwaremontse Kunstkring – Ronse

2013 – Kunst omhulst in Villa 99 – Ronse

2014 – Portfolio Exhibition KISP – Gent

2014 – Contemporary arts Flanders – BNP-Fortis – Kortrijk

Solo exhibits:

2012 – Pinehouse – Ronse

2012 – Delta Lloyd bank – Ieper

2015 – Gafodi – Gavere

Upcoming exhibits:

2016 – Madammen in Damme – Damme

2016 – Gafodi 50th Anniversary Photo Event


Other web presence:

Facebook page

500px account

Model Mayhem account

13 thoughts on “About

  1. I nominated you for ‘The Versatile Blogger Award’. If you don’t now what it is, it will make sense.


    1. Hey thank you Eduardo, thought you had disappeared from this planet, but heck, you just turned up again. Will check in on your FB account if you don’t mind.

    1. Thank you, as I work not often in a studio, these are rather rare. I’ll try to include some set-up information on my natural beauty shoots soon. At this moment, I make money from photography with my corporate clients (www.renderhouse.eu) and with teaching. This blog is mostly free work, and I want to keep it that way for a while. Free in meaning I can do whatever I want, without having to respond to a customer’s point of view on things. It happens I get asked for this kind of work, and of course I will not refuse. Mostly customers that ask for it are very much ok with my style 😉

      1. I totally understand keeping at least some of your work free from outside influences. I do mostly outdoor work, but would like to try my hand with some of the types of work you do in the studio and on location. I really like your mansion shoots. What a great location!

    1. Hi thank you for your help, but no thanks. I have been selling images only to known customers as artistic work, never online, and apparently my customers do find me. I do believe in a slow paced evolution towards artistic excellency and fame … so no worries, and thank you for the complement on my work.

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