I am in a state, where I really want to explore more of my photos. This in mind means: What can I get out of old photos I did not get out at that time of taking them. Maybe I can improve them or at least do something else to it.
This is a small series of melancholy photos of my girlfriend at this culture institute. I loved the wall and the shadows. Beware, it gets dark!
This is a re-upload from my former portfolio-page. I hope you don’t mind…
Letztens war ich kurz in Paris und konnte wieder diese tollen Gebäude genießen. Einfach eine wunderschöne Stadt, die man wirklich öfters gesehen haben muss. Ich genieße es wirklich durch die belebten Straßen zu gehen. Dieses Mal war ich nicht so lange dort und konnte auch nicht allzu viele Fotos schießen, aber dafür ein paar. Ich hoffe euch gefallen sie.
Here are some photos of the concert of singer-songwriter Simon Weidemann in Berlin at the Mein Haus am See. It was a bar where he played his music and I took my camera with me to capture some moments of it. It was the first time I had to handle such lighting (different lights all around the bar and „stage“). Most of the photos work better in black and white, but I think that’s often the case in these kind of shows. If you would like to listen to his music visit his website if you like. And if you like the photos I appreaciate every kind of critique 🙂
Chiang Mai, one of the cities I spend the most time in. First there was the overnight train from Ayutthaya and then a lot of temples. At one of the temples, the Doi Suthep, there were some kids wearing traditional clothes. This was of course a nice motive. The Problem however is that they were there for a reason: Tourism. The always wanted money in exchange for a photo. It is sad to see them only standing there and smiling only for that reason. I did take a shot without knowing this, but it’s just not genuine. I did not like it as much. I will just show another shot I took, where they were chilling on the steps to the temple. I felt this was more interesting than a fake smile.
In Chiang Mai I strolled around a lot and found a great hotel, where you had to go through a nice hallway with pictures on the walls. It was a bit curved, which build nice lines. Another nice place was the Wat Chedi Luang, which was one of the most beautiful temples I’ve seen in Thailand. There were also monks who sang a song and hummed. It was really great to experience this.