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Photographing Malta

19. December 2018 | Cityscape Photography, Travel

This November I had planned to flee the cold, grey weather in Germany and head down to Malta for a few days. In November you usually still get above 20°C there and looking at photos of the island it seemed to be a very sunny place. But as I arrived I was greeted by storm[…]

Photographing Hong Kong

2. December 2018 | Cityscape Photography

Hong Kong is an exciting city to explore and photograph. I had visited Hong Kong for a few days during my travels around the world already. Back then I was there in January and I didn’t see the sun once. Thus, photography wise it wasn’t a very productive trip. Ever since I had wanted to[…]

Photographing Vietnam – Hanoi

11. November 2018 | Cityscape Photography

Today I want to take you with me into one of my favorite cities – Hanoi. I’ve now visited this city six times during my two visits to Vietnam. It’s always my stopover after travelling into the countryside of northern Vietnam. Although I stayed in Hanoi so many times now, I have never stayed more[…]

Behind the Shot – Spanish Steps

6. October 2017 | Cityscape Photography

In the last article I took you behind the scenes of my photo shoot at the Roman Forum. The day after that magnificent sunrise I ventured out again, this time to the Spanish Steps. Again the sky was covered with clouds as I walked towards my desired photo location. Unlike the day before the sun[…]

Behind the Shot – Forum Romanum

2. October 2017 | Cityscape Photography

Two weeks ago I visited Rome for four days and besides taking many photos I also recorded a few behind the scenes videos. But first things first: What an awesome city! It’s the atmosphere when walking through the streets, the historic buildings, the spectacular architecture and not to forget the great Italian cuisine that quickly[…]

La Paz

18. March 2017 | Cityscape Photography, Travel

Maybe the most strenuous part of our journey till now were the three days of travel from Puerto Maldonado in Peru to La Paz in Bolivia. Since there were no direct flights from Puerto Maldonado or Cusco to La Paz, and the options with a stop in Lima were just too expensive, we had decided[…]

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