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  • Winter in Bavaria

    Looking back: 2019’s favourite photos

    Every year, for Christmas, I choose my favourite pictures taken that very year and create a calendar, that I give away to family and friends.

  • Reflection

    Looking back: 2018’s favourite photos

    Looking back to my favourite photos taken in 2018

  • The cascades of Bad Urach village in southwest-Germany. Even during a drought, they are impressive.

    Hot summer: cool cascades

    A hot summer day, a cool location and a light camera-set: not the worst plan to spend a day off with a friend. I took my Sony Alpha 6000 and a Sigma 35/2.8 out to a small town near Stuttgart: Bad Urach.

  • Ich habe genug

    Exhibition: public space redefined

    The Department for Public Appearances (Peter Boerboom, Gabriele Obermaier, Carola Vogt and Silke Witzsch†) has been designing and realizing art projects and interventions in public spaces since 1995.

  • Boom!

    My iPhone: a handy camera

    “The best camera is the one you…” – no need to finish this phrase, since it is a commonplace phrase amongst photographers. So just have fun with the gallery I created from my latest photos, I took with my iPhone 6.

  • Wasserschloss Hamburg

    Looking back: 2017’s favourite photos

    I am sure, you’ve experienced that, too: sometimes, your hobby comes to an inexplicable halt. Sometimes completely, sometimes partially. Looking back into the year 2017, I did not find as many photos as in the previous years.

  • Ferry Waiting Room Övelgönne (BW)

    Looking back: 2016’s favourite photos

    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

  • mausefalle featured

    Theatre: editing “The Mousetrap”

    Theatre photography is fascinating – especially if you can get onstage with the actors during a dress rehearsal: intriguing perspectives are the reward.

  • White Box IV

    Munich: a Zebra in a WhiteBox

    “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

  • "Strandkiosk" Hamburg

    Hamburg: a Zebra and a Nikon

    “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.

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