2016 has been a mixed year, both in gear and in activity. Gearwise, I got myself a Sony Alpha 6000. Activity-wise, there were three main events to remember
Theatre photography is fascinating – especially if you can get onstage with the actors during a dress rehearsal: intriguing perspectives are the reward.
“WhiteBox” is a new artists’ studio community located in an art-oriented quarter in Munich. I documented the opening with vintage glass and a Sony A6000
“Choose just ONE lens with a fixed focal length and go discover a city”. A well-known advice I followed in Hamburg, using a vintage Zeiss Flektogon.
When I was looking back to my first “DSLR year” in 2014, I wrote: “so many experiences”. This still is true for 2015. Join me for a “photowalk” through the year gone by…
Piccure+ promises correction of motion blur & optical aberrations caused by lenses with never before seen quality – I put the software to the test.
Discovering the “Squeezerlens” is like a photographic jello shot: unexpected visual side effects combined with the “Vodka” of a russian Zeiss-replica.
Fall is a season for all senses: misty mornings, sunny afternoons and early blue hours, with an unique quality of light and colors. It is a season rich with motives calling to be captured.
How can you go beyond the constraints of a single picture and dissolve time, perspective, movement, form and even color? My project AMALGAMUM tries to achieve that…
Fall in the Black Forest is amazingly beautiful: leaves changing colors, vines lit by the October sun, foggy mornings slowly revealing the landscape…
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