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North Thailand

Monday, October 01st 2018
North Thailand Ayutthaya, Doi Inthanon and Bangkok „All germans go to Koh Samui and Phuket“ ...I thought during my last trip through Thailand. So I decided to stay for two weeks in Bangkok in order to enjoy the worlds most delicious street food, making new friends, and being just lazy by watching a movie on… Weiterlesen

Roadtrip Iceland – Part 1

Thursday, September 13th 2018
What do wedding photographers do, if they have some days off? Exactly! They fly to Iceland and live in a car trunk. Sure, there are also camper vans, but they are twice as expensive as a regular cars. Well, they might offer more space...and with space comes usually order. Taking showers and cooking properly is… Weiterlesen

Seychelles – blue paradise in Africa

Wednesday, July 18th 2018
Mahe and La Digue Seychelles - blue paradise in Africa After I was honored by joining a wedding in the Seychelles as a wedding photographer, I did not use the next flight to go straight back to Germany. With a very old rental bike, I explored the tiny island "La Digue" instead, where the wedding was… Weiterlesen

Walk on the beach in Indonesia

Friday, March 23rd 2018
Not long ago I grabbed my scooter and a friend of mine to visit a lonely beach, south from Yogyakarta in Indonesia. On places like this the time stops, I feel free and and all worries are gone. Weiterlesen

Batanes – a unique place in the Philippines

Friday, April 28th 2017
The Province of Batanes is a small island province in the very north of the Philippines, located between Taiwan and Luzon. A few years ago, these small islands were known as one of the most Typhoon affected places on earth. Being aware of that didn’t make it easier for me to enter the small propeller… Weiterlesen
Batanes – a unique place in the Philippines

Wide angle portraits in Ulm

Tuesday, March 08th 2016
A few years ago, I tested the canon 24mm 1.4 and 70-200 2.8 lens in my hometown Ulm. My victim was Miri, a nice friend and photography colleague of mine. As you can see, nice portraits are possible with wide angle lenses…at least if the model is pretty. Weiterlesen