Since i was a teenager i am interested in photography. All technical know-how i needed i learned by myself using an old analogue single lens reflex camera. My chief interest once laid in landscape photography. I mainly used a PENTAX 645 medium format camera with FUJI dia-positiv film — i like the slow way of photography. For the best results, i needed to study the light and weather and think about a good clear composition and – of course – had to be very patient.
The greatest depth of field you can reached in a photo is by the smallest aperture,
which meant to me f 22.
This is a small exclusive selection.
Bahia de Alcudia, Mallorca, Spain — Dia-scan
Close to sunset the sun sank below a thick blanket of clouds, very stormy, 30 sec exposure
Lough Atoric, Ireland — Dia-scan
The half moon stands quiet and peaceful above Lough Atoric at twilight
Algarve, Portugal — Dia-scan
That morning i was the very first at the beach
Algarve, Portugal – Dia-scan
Close after sunrise at the atlantic coast of the south of portugal
Jasmund National Park, Rugia, Germany — Dia-scan
Washed up trunk at the stony beach of Rugia, full moon rise above the Baltic Sea
Harz National Park, Germany — Dia-scan
Full moon rise before the clear cold night fell
Outside in the fields — Negativ-scan
Foggy morning at riverside in late summer
Crow at twilight, Jasmund National Park — Dia-scan
A crow on a branch of a knobby old tree, Jasmund National Park
(Could almost be an image detail of the male part of »Deutlich unsichtbar«)
Between beeches, Jasmund National Park — Dia-scan
Me, leaning on the trunk of a beech on the edge of the chalk cliffs, delayed-action shutter release