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.