For years I have a fascination for the way a subject is captured in a lens and the translation the photographer makes in a creative way to present the captured subject.
In the 80s I started making images with several analog cameras. One that I remember very well because of its design is the Canon Photura / Epoca 135. I myself never developed any analoge film; with the introduction of the digital photography era I am glad that i left the famous small black boxes behind me and use several digital develop programs instead.
Since early 2015, my focus was on digital photography with a DSLR camera. I demanded more and more of the images that i made. The internet was a great help with various problems and issues. I tried to improve myself and the purchase of various better lenses and an other camera had definitely contributed. As my learning proces i often made several shots with different settings in one scene. Afterwards i compared which setting had led to the desired result.
Since June 2017 i have left the urbex path and now my focus is mainly on nature, landscape and evening/night photography.
Canon 7D M II
Sigma 12-24mm F/4 DG HSM
Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8 AT-X Pro DX II
Canon 100mm F/2.8 EX L IS II USM Macro
Canon EF 24-70mm F/2.8L II USM
Canon EF 70-200mm F/2.8 L IS II USM
Sigma 150-600mm F/5-6.3 DG OS HSM C
Sigma 105mm F/2.8 EX DG Macro OS HSM
I use two Canon cameras and posses lenses in the range of 10-600 mm. Furthermore, i have a Canon flash, a Manfrotto Befree MKBFRA4-BH and mini tripod at my disposal. Both cameras use the same battery pack. Of course i own multiple SD cards and a remote control for each camera.
Next period I'm going to focus more on studio photography. I have to collect some stuff to make a start with it. Among this is a studioflashset with soft boxes and screens. Altogether a pretty decent investment.
Are you interested in having a photoshoot? Is it time for fresh photomaterial on your wall? Please contact me for further information.
P.s.: My website is under construction. There is a lot of work to be done. At this moment the website contains images of my early period with old developing methods. These images will be changed shortly. More recent work may be found on my facebook page: AvT-Photography! By liking my page you can track me in my next adventures!