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".
A few weeks ago I had a really fun shooting in an amazing restaurant in Zürich, the Quai 61. I wanted to share a few behind the scene photos and of course the resulting images if you haven't seen them on my website. Read further to learn more about it.
A few weeks ago I introduced you to my newest gadget for photography: my DJI Spark Drone. Over the winter it was quite not the weather to fly it too much and so came no really usable images along. But as the weather cleared up in the past few weeks, I collected some more flight-minutes with the little thing. Last week I had a few spare minutes until my next appointment and so I decided to fly the drone. See whats the results by reading further.
In the last episode of "Story Behind The Image" we stopped over in Toronto on the way to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. In this episode I like to tell you the story behind my favorite image of the Grand Canyon I took on that trip. Read further to learn about the story and that it's quite difficult to get a good image there and how weather plays a huge role in it.
A few years ago I shot this nice long exposure in Las Vegas, showing "The Strip" with all the famous casinos and some cool light trails from the cars. All the different lights and colors made this image for me really good and working. Be some oppertunity I reedited the image in an complete different style. See the result by reading further.
I have uploaded a brandnew, delicious recipe, yay! It's again something that is quickly made, but tastes like heaven. We all love hummus, but whats even better than that? Exactly, add the taste of truffles to it! I could swim in this deliciousness and eat it the whole day. Try it for yourself by clicking on this Link or find it together with the other recipes in the sub-menu of the BLOG, called "Rezepte". Enjoy!
In this episode on "Story Behind The Image" I'll bring you to one of my favorite cities, Toronto. But it's not a image about the city itself nor with the CN-Tower in it, don't worry. Toronto has a lot more to offer than that and the fact that its built on the shore of Lake Ontario makes some beautiful views from the city towards the water. And with that comes an attractive waterfront with restaurants, bars and a few parks. In one of those parks, I shot this image. Read further for more informations.
Some News from the Shop-Front! I not only reorganized the shop, I also introduce some new images and those are available in more sizes and materials. I am really excited to bring it from 10 products to now 49 products, but foremost way more options for you! Read on to learn whats new or go directly to the shop and see it for yourself.
Wild animals in their actual habitat is one of the most amazing things to photograph. This comes mostly with an enormous adventure and experiences of a lifetime. For me personally, I had some great moments whilst on a safari. But as a "still-photographer" - which means I usually photograph things that don't move, capturing animals is quite something different than I am used to. You have to work with other focal-lengths and the rules that apply to those. So, before going on a big trip with no experience you better practice beforehand. And why not in a Zoo? Read further to read the benefits and what I achieved in our latest zoo-visit.