During my recent trip to Scotland I did a number of more abstract photos. I decided to show them in dedicated posts, as they are quite different from the rest of the photos taken on that trip.
Scotland has been on my list for quite some time. This autumn I took the chance for a first three-weeks trip to this amazing country.
Once every summer there is the Busker Festival in Ludwigsburg. Street musicians from all over the world gather for a three day event in the beautiful park of the “Baroque in Bloom” park. It’s always fun enjoying the music, the mood, the spirit of these bands.
When Capture ONE Pro 10 came out end of last year, one new feature caught my eye: The support of the Tangent Element retouching panels. I have been looking for panels like this for quite some time, but usually they all lack support for Capture ONE. And when I read the announcement, it was just a question of time. So, a couple of weeks ago, I bought the panels.
I recently had the chance to test the new Fuji GFX 50S. German FineArtPrinter magazine organised a workshop for testing and comparing the Fuji GXF 50S and the Hasselblad X1D. Being addicted to Fuji X series for quite some time now, I was mainly interested in the GFX. And since I used Phase ONE during an Ireland trip last year, it’s time to check out what is the better medium format camera, Fuji GFX or Phase ONE?
Recently I was invited to a wedding in Taiwan and used this as an excuse for a three-weeks trip. It was my first trip to Taiwan. In fact, I’ve only been to Asia once before. Those of you who follow me on Facebook already saw some photos I’ve posted during the trip. Now I finally had the time and mood to go over all the photos. Because of the amount and of photos I decided to split them into different […]
One of the highlights of my latest trip to Ireland was a visit to Skellig Michael, a small island about 12 km off the coast.
Mid of July I returned to Ireland. This time together with a couple of other photographers and the help of Phase ONE. One week full of shooting, chatting and laughing.
With the weather changing the last few days, it is obvious now: Summer is going to leave, and autumn is knocking on the door. This means plenty of interesting opportunities lay ahead of us, just out of the door, waiting to be captured.
Here are a few black and white images of some of the spots we visited during our photo-tour through the Ruhr Region last month.
Last week I spent a couple of days in Duisburg to meet a few friends from all over the country. Beeing all photographers, we were shooting all the time and had great fun.
Recently I did a trip to the Färöer Islands together with a party of other photographers. Contrary to all my expectations we were extremely lucky with the weather. Beside the first day it was mainly dry and sunny, with only a very few rains now and then.