The Necessity of Discomfort

  Originally published in Landscape Photography Magazine Issue 69. I now bring you the full article on my personal blog:   The Necessity of Discomfort   The venture of landscape photography has many facets: it is an art form, it is a technical craft, but it is also in some ways a sport. We as […]

Photo Book Review – Saal Digital

For some time now I have been wanting to get a physical sample book of my landscape photography for promotion purposes, because it is important that clients get a physical impression of what the imagery looks like when printed.  So I finally got around to actually getting this point checked of my list. A friend […]

Haida Clear Night Filter Review

After testing some of the new Nano Pro filters by the popular filter manufacturer Haida which were very convincing I present to you a new Filter Test. Since the first test I’ve become a brand ambassador after using their ND Filters for my long exposures for years now. So know that I have received this filter for […]

10 Things about Travelling in Japan

  … as a landscape photographer. After having visited Japan two times in 2006 and 2008, I had not been in Japan for 9 years before travelling to the southern islands Kyushu and Yakushima this year. Whilst I polished my Japanese and had scouted a lot, I didn’t quite know what to expect travelling through the […]

Haida NanoPro Filter Test – ND 3.0 | ND1.8 | GND 0.9

  Foreword Pretty early in my photographic venture I felt the need to explore the prosthetic possibilities, augmenting what we see as humans with a wider array of visual impressions, expanding our usual sensory abilities. I quickly fell in love with the aesthetic of long exposures. Back in the day there were only so few […]

Retrospective: 2016

Another successful year is in the books and what a year it was. Interestingly I didn’t really got to do the things that I set out to but instead visited other places and met other people. I didn’t make it to Scotland, Iceland or to Namibia. But instead went to Norway, the Faroe Islands as […]

10 Reasons for Shooting the Blue Hour!

  Originally released in the February 2016 issue of the famous Landscape Photography Magazine. I am now able to bring you this article also on my personal blog. However I highly recommend checking out the magazine since it contains great articles and stunning photographs on a monthly basis. Now without any further ado here are […]

Additional Workshops Autumn 2016

As mentioned in my previous entry I am leading different workshops for community colleges (VHS) this year and announced that I would add some more dates soon. Here are the dates for the Landscape Photography Workshops at VHS Münster, this time split into three parts which can be booked separately from one another: Einführung in […]

Autumn Workshops 2016

This year I will conduct several workshops in cooperation with the Fachhochschule (community college) VHS Münster, VHS Marl and VHS Essen. You can find all the necessary information and booking on the pages of the institutions here: Introduction into Landscape Photography – Einführung in die Landschaftsfotografie:  16.09 – 18.09.2016  VHS Marl: Link Architecture Photography in […]

Retrospective: 2015

Ahh, 2015 is over and I ticked most of the boxes that I wanted to when I was walking in. I finished university, I did in fact even get a very good degree 1.1 – which is like an A in American terms I would say, I got this website of the ground after a […]