More architectural photography

More architectural photography

More architectural photography ; More architectural photography I have been enjoying architectural photography recently, both film and digital. Here I am sharing some most recent film photography architectural photographs captured with a Hasselblad 500cm with a 80mm...
Why black and white?

Why black and white?

Why black and white photography? ; Why black and white photography? Ultimately it comes down to artistic choice on why to pursue black and white photography.  I have been making that choice a priori in my image creation process for the majority of my personal work...
Street and architecture photography in Basel

Street and architecture photography in Basel

Street and architecture photography in Basel ; Architecture In continuation of my architecture series, I wanted to share some more architecture photographs. I just returned from a trip to my hometown Basel, and loved some of the architecture I saw. It helped that the...
Architecture

Architecture

Architecture ; Architecture Architecture is fascinating. And I love to work in series. In particular in mini-series. And I love film photography. After working on a winter flower and mini-winter landscape series, I spend most of my time in the cities. Going out and...
Mini winter landscapes

Mini winter landscapes

mini landscapes In the woods of Lake Superior National Park Categories: Film | PhotographyPublished on: January 14, 2020 ; Mini winter landscapes As mentioned in my previous post, I absolutely love the winter landscapes of the Lake Superior North Shore. As a sort of...
Flowers in the winter – a mini series

Flowers in the winter – a mini series

Flowers (and grasses) in the winter A mini-series Categories:Film | PhotographyPublished on:January 12, 2020 ; ​Flowers (and grasses) in the winter (a mini-series) I absolutely love the winter landscapes of the Lake Superior North Shore. The flowers and grasses that...

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