Archive for the 'Behind the Shot' Category

As a Landscape photographer I have to be patient and persistent. Besides that I also need a good portion of optimism. If I would just head out when the weather forecast is nice, I would miss many special moments. So when I travel I go shooting as much as possible. I usually have only one[…]

Behind the Shot – Marinha Night

February 14th, 2016

Last October I visited Portugal for two weeks. One of those I spent in a town called Benagil. It was the perfect location to explore the magnificent coastline of the Algarve and in close proximity to Praia da Marinha. When I did my research prior to the trip photos of Praia da Marinha instantly appeared[…]

As some of you might know I’ve been travelling New Zealand for four weeks during November and early December. It’s been an awesome time but sometimes quite challenging in terms of photography. I’ve decided to write a few articles about this trip, focussing on the different places I stayed at and photographed. After nearly 30[…]

A few years ago, as I started this blog, I wrote some articles where I described what thoughts went into some of my 2010 Cornwall photos. With this article I want to revive this series and give a little behind the scenes information about one of my recent photos from London. Last weekend I spent[…]

Portreath Bay

May 27th, 2010

Back to dramatic Sunsets with this image I took at the Portreath beach on our third day in Cornwall. As most of our holiday this was a very cloudy and rainy day with not much opportunity to take good photos. In the afternoon we went to the Golitha Falls since waterfall photography is one of[…]

Mevagissey

May 23rd, 2010

I thought after all those sunsets I’d show you a shot I did during daytime. As I already told you we had plenty of bad weather with clouded monotone skies during our holiday. On our second day we went exploring a bit of Cornwalls middle and visited the Bedruthan Steps and later Mevagissey near St.[…]

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