Posts tagged with "photography"



Photography Tips · 23 December 2017
2017 is over and I have finshed my first weekly photo project! For 52 weeks in a row I posted a photo blogpost every Monday. I look back at my findings, highlights and disappointments. Come take a look with me!
Photography Tips · 28 January 2017
There are a lot of compositional elements in photography. One of them is framing. I quite often use this element to get a certain perspective of things, to create interest and to put the main subject into a context. Frames can also be helpful to get a needed foreground or some shallow depth of field leading towards the subject. There are natural frames like rocks, trees or shadows and there are plenty of artificial frames like windows, hallways, fences and arches. In all of these cases frames...

Street Photography · 09 January 2017
I choose my Top Ten pictures every year and thought about my Top Ten street photography images as a blogpost. Collecting my very best street moments from all over the place. If you want more of this check my street photography gallery.
Travel · 02 January 2017
September 2016, Iceland: I was on a 4x4 road trip in Iceland for 10 days. We spent time in the South and the highlands of this beautiful country. I was especially looking forward to shooting waterfalls in remote locations. Waterfalls that are not a stop for busses full of tourists. We found quite some of these as well as some obvious touristy ones. With the latter it is hard to find your composition without people. With the others you can spend on hour photographing without anybody disturbing...

Photography Tips · 23 November 2015
The rule of thirds is a basic photography technique. Divide a picture in nine equal parts (two equally spaced horizontal and two vertical lines). The important compositional elements of the image should be placed along the intersections of horizontal and vertical lines. This will create interest, tension and balances your picture. You can also use the technique in landscape photography. The horizon should either touch the upper or lower horizontal line. So it covers one third (and two thirds...
25 October 2015
My street pic "Selfie Generation" got featured on photofocus. I wanted to shoot the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin differently than just straight lines and this is what I came up with. Would love to see their taken selfie including a sixth unexpected person in the back. Marco Larousse picked my photo and wrote: "Why I picked this image: Street photography and documentary photography can go hand in hand. And this image is a strong example of that. We are currently experiencing the “generation...