Wait what? An excerpt?
A short but busy month. Amongst others I can’t show a photo session inside the production hall of Lapp Mobility, a reportage for clever fit Bad Dürkheim and the German closed championships Latin dance for Youth and Juniors in Bad Aibling.
January is traditionally the month of Goldstadtpokal, the international dance competition in Pforzheim. In Ludwigsburg the 1. Bundesliga Formation Standard had its start. A bit of work was done in studio as well.
The biggest challenge for a concert photographer is to get the exposure right. It is almost impossible to use the camera’s built-in light meter as it gets confused by the huge differences and changes in light all the time. For example, when there is a spotlight on the artist but the background is -like it
When I have new gear, like in this case the Canon EOS R, I like to try it in as many situations as possible to really get to know the camera. So I took it with me when we visited a water polo game in Ludwigshafen. When entering the venue I started to have big
2. Bundesliga Wasserball in Ludwigshafen and a wonderful Christmas concert in Audi Forum Neckarsulm.
German closed championships ballroom dancing for youth and juniors in Stuttgart Feuerbach, something with a bow and arrow and the LAPP Germany export meeting.
I’m fascinated by train stations. People, leading lines, lots of colours and more. In other words lots and lots of opportunities for interesting subjects and compositions. A trip home by train, from a little bit south of Stuttgart, therefore was a great way to get better acquainted with a recently acquired new piece of gear,
A Foveon kind of month. Took the Sigma sd Quattro, equipped with the Foveon sensor, with me to München for the Munich Fabric Start. And a spontaneous trip to the Olympic Stadium. The camera also came with me to the Bad Dürkheimer Wurstmarkt and the Sigma Press Event in Cologne. Using the usual gear I
Olympiastadion (German pronunciation: [ʔoˈlʏmpi̯aːˌʃtaːdi̯ɔn]) is a stadium located in Munich, Germany. Situated at the heart of the Olympiapark München in northern Munich, the stadium was built as the main venue for the 1972 Summer Olympics. With an original capacity of 80,000, the stadium also hosted many major football matches including the 1974 FIFA World Cup
August, always one of the busiest months of the year. With the annual Kerwe right on our doorstep as well as the German Open in Stuttgart, 7 days of shooting in a row. Always ending up with way more photos than I can post.