It's already halftime for the Kickstarter campaign for my photo book "NAMIBIA - A TALE OF SAND AND WIND". So, if you hadn't, please feel free to check out more about it my clicking the link below. And if you know somebody who maybe interested in, please let'em know by sending him the link. Thank you very, very much for your support!
In case you haven't visited my Kickstarter campaign already, here's the included video that supports you with a few more informations right here.
If you liked it, here's the link to the campaign where you can pre-order the book: KICKSTARTER
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My photo book "NAMIBIA - A TALE OF SAND AND WIND" is now live on Kickstarter! It will be up for the next 28 days - thats until September 10th, 2018 - to pledge on it. Here's the link to the campaign:
Thank you very much for your support, I appreciate it enormously. And please feel free to share the campaign to your friends and family to help me even more. Thanks a lot!
I wrote once I am working on a personal project and for that matter the blog-post's will be less frequent. I will announce it when the time has come. Well, the time has come right now. For the last few months I worked on a photo book about Namibia. A book which carries the name "NAMIBIA - A TALE OF SAND AND WIND". To publish this book I will launch a Kickstarter-campaign on August 14th 2018 - stay tuned for that! But I wanted to let you already know about it and tell you a bit more about all if you read further.
After the great journey to Ireland, we visited another island a couple days ago. This time more south with some higher temperatures and more mountains. We flew to the island of Madeira. Located near the Canary Islands offshore the west of Africa and generated trough volcanos this island is the perfect place for plants to grow, and they do! Read further to see a few images from this beautiful piece of earth.
Yesterday marked a special day in probably all of our life. We had the chance to see something we most likely see just once in our lifetime: a very long total lunar eclipse. I am sure you heard about it, so I won't write much longer about it. But of course I tried to capture a few images of this "event" - see how it turned out by reading further.
It's always nice to see your images appear on different sites and places, like this portrait I shot from Armin Waldvogel and Kay Schulz for the restaurant Sonnenberg in Zurich. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE (it's in German).
One of the last shootings I had was at the beautiful Restaurant Sonnenberg above Zurich. Not only the view is spectacular, the food looks similar incredible too. And the shot-list was quite long, featuring food-, portrait and interior-images. Read further for a few behind-the-scenes-photos and of course a few of the images that resulted from that shooting.
Although I am not really specialized in taking images in fast, action loaded situations - you know, wether food nor buildings run a lot around - I got assigned to shot some soccer-games. The team from FC Seuzach 3 wanted to have some images from there games and by the end of the season a photo-book for their trainer because he was leaving the team. I like new challenges so I accepted and had a blast - read further when interested.
Three weeks ago we came back from a weeklong trip to northern Ireland. As we visited the southern part of the island around two years ago, we choose to explore the north more. As usual we focused more on the nature side of the country than city's and your for sure on the right place for that. See a few images from this trip by clicking on "read more".