Ich war ein paar Tage in Paris und da habe ich natürlich ein paar Fotos gemacht. Es gibt was vom Louvre bis hin zum Eiffelturm und allgemeine Fotos 🙂
Schwierig in diesen Reisefotografien ist stets eine Linse dabei zu haben, die auch für jede Situation passt. Meist benutze ich das 50mm Objektiv, da ich es auch schon in Thailand mitgenommen habe und auch immer so zurecht kam damit. Ich sehe mich jedoch stets in den Grenzen, wenn es dann doch platztechnisch nicht klappt…aber bei größeren Gebäuden und etwas Abstand klappt das bisher, wie man auf den Fotos sehen kann 🙂
For about three years there is an exhibition I wanted to visit and in the last few days of its opening I finally went. It was a metal installation on the highest floor of the K21, a museum in Düsseldorf. There you can climb up and on it and feel how it is to float high above the ground. It was terrifying and exhilirating at the same time. It was worth it, I must say!
Other than that there were a lot of interesting exhibitions to look at. From spiderwebs to weird +16 (it should have been +18 years…) rooms to a room with just an egg in it. Modern art?
Here are my impressions of it! Feel free to comment and visit my other stuff on my homepage or facebook 🙂
While visiting Marocco, I also was in Marrakech for a couple of days. There I went to the Maison de la photographie with it’s exhibition about photography in Marocco. I am not the one to tell you who is who in the photography world, far from it, but I I found one photographer there I wanted to remember: Nicolás Muller. Apparently there is also a snowboarder with this name, plus Muller is not that famous as far as I could saw, so it is not that easy to find too much about him.
Most of this hungarian photographers work is from Tangier, where I did not go unfortunately. Nevertheless the exhibition showed a wide variation of Marocco and it’s past. A lot looked like the present time, only more build up in structure and architecture. Muller deliverered mostly street photographs of Tangier, but with these you could appreciate the culture and the artistic form in which he shot the photos.
I really liked the focussing on some people in his works or mostly the group shots where you can easily find something new with another glance. Plus, he also had a great timing of shooting the photo.