Archive for the 'Behind the Shot' Category

Our final stop in Vietnam was at the coast near Nha Trang. And to make this a memorable stay I had to do some research to find a stretch of coastline, which wasn’t too crowded yet. Over the last years Vietnam has experienced a huge increase in visitors and for this reason lots of construction[…]

This summer I visited the Stubai Valley three times. It’s such a beautiful and photogenic area in the Austrian Alps that I just had to come back again and again. And I will certainly do so next year. On my recent trip into the Alps I went to photograph a very special view. The week[…]

A few weeks ago DigitalPHOTO sent me the new Manfrotto BeFree Carbon to test and photograph for an upcoming article. For one day I took this tripod to the Bavarian Forest and Regensburg to capture some in the field product photos of it. In addition I also took some landscape photos. All of those were[…]

A few weeks ago I visited Berchtesgaden. Since this is quite a large area with a lot to explore and photograph, I focussed my photographic efforts on the Hintersee and the surrounding valleys. The Hintersee is one of the most famous photography spots in Germany. There’s one viewpoint, which is visited year by year by[…]

Time Blending Tutorial

June 21st, 2018

A few weeks ago, on the way back from my yearly Waterfall Workshop I made the usual stop in Heidelberg to photograph sunset. Since I had photographed this scene a couple of times already, I wanted to try something different. Time Blending Some of you might be familiar with the term Time Blending. It’s a[…]

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[…]

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