The last article was less about photography and focussed more on the exploration and scouting part of travelling. Sometimes it’s nice to head out without the intention to take a photo. But I saw so many beautiful places that day. So the next morning I went out again to do some landscape photography. Two hours[…]

When you’re staying in such a beautiful place as the Seychelles, it’s important to not focus on photography alone. From time to time head out without the intention of capturing a photo and just enjoy the landscape. This is what I did on our third day on Mahe. I went on a jungle hike through[…]

After eight days on beautiful La Digue it was time to say Goodbye and head over to the main island of the Seychelles, Mahe. This island is much larger and to get to all the different beaches you either need a car or have to go by bus. For me it was important to find[…]

Today I take you behind the scenes of my morning shoot at Anse Cocos on La Digue. This beach is located on the southern tip of the island, so a bit more work was involved this time to get the photo. From the Patatran village, where I was staying, it took me roughly 20 minutes[…]

Anse Patates is located on the northern tip of La Digue, right in front of the Patatran Village hotel, which is where I was staying. And there was no question that I’d be photographing it a few times. When you are staying in an area for a few days, you have the chance to photograph[…]

In part two of my Seychelles Video series I take you with me to Anse Source D’Argent, one of the most beautiful beaches in the World. Located in the west of La Digue it’s the ideal spot to watch the sun set over the Indian Ocean. I went there several times for sunset to take[…]

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