Hallo! Ich möchte Euch auf meine Publikation in der Ausgabe 123 vom mare-Magazin „Sand“ aufmerksam machen: Ostsee-verborgene Fracht. „Die Ostsee ist ein ruhiges, kleines und bei Seglern und Touristen beliebtes Binnenmeer mit herrlichen Stränden und großartigen Naturräumen. Oberflächlich betrachtet. Unterhalb der Oberfläche gibt es allerdings Gründe zur Sorge. Die Ostsee ist das schmutzigste Meer der […]
Soon midsummer will come in Scandinavia. I have been in Finland a week ago where midsummer announces itself. The sunsets take longer, the light is warm and the mood is easy. I love it.
I spent the last two weeks capturing new images for my photographic series „Baltic Sea – hidden cargo“ in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland. Find the editorial text for this series here. The Baltic Sea is a unique natural area which suffers from human exploitation. This picture below shows the Baltic Sea in the Kurische […]
In the southern Gulf of Bothnia radioactive fallout from Tschernobyl came down in 1986. Increased radioactivity is persistent till today.
Ostsee -Verborgene Fracht / Baltic Sea – Hidden Cargo
In Sweden I took some panorama shots using the so called Brenizer Method. I composed the following images out of seven single shots taken with the 1:1.2 50mm Nikkor AIS at f 1.4. During shooting I used a simple self-assembled panorama head to avoid any parallax. For stitching the frames together I chose PanoramStudio 3 […]
Carrying a field camera for my series „Baltic Sea – hidden cargo“ is no fun. Try to reduce the weight by renouncing on lenses or gear you do not really need. I decided to take two lenses with me (150mm, 90mm), a spotmeter, a sekonic lightmeter, a few film holders, front and rear panels, bellow, hardware, […]
June 25, 2016 My tour for „Baltic Sea – hidden cargo“ leads through sweden. The lovely country has a long coast. Nuclear power is common in sweden for decades though the majority of the people wanted to leave it since the 1980ies. Nuclear industry knew well how to slow down the exit and has great […]
June 21, 2016 The first trip for „Baltic Sea – hidden cargo“ takes me to Northern Germany in the Lübecker Bucht and the Kieler and Flensburger Förde. All the imagery will be influenced from the type of camera I have chosen. I have worked with many different models so far. I try to imagine how the […]
I am working on a serious and dedicated photographic portrait of the Baltic Sea. The Baltic Sea is a small and young ocean which arose 10.000 years ago. It extends from Germany to Finland, Sweden and Russia. The Baltic Sea is very popular with tourists who love sailing, swimming or eating fresh seafood. But there […]