Migros Genossenschaft Zürich

Still photography can be quite amazing. Using the play of composition, lighting and colors, it gives the ability to turn an ordinary object into a beautiful photograph.
For the 5. round of our Migros-photoshoot we sticked to a technic named ‘flat lay’ photography also known as knolling, which means arranging different objects so that they are at 90° angles from each other before photographing them from above. Knolling creates a look that is very symmetrical and pleasing to the eye, and it also allows people to see many objects at once in a single image. Most pictures that feature knolling set the objects against a solid background. This makes it easy to see each individual object and allows them to be the most dynamic part of the image. You may soon discover one of these oversize-lightboxes at your Migros market.
For more knolling images check the stills section on my website – www.photopulse.ch/stills
Communication Agency : Metz oder Vieli GmbH
Styling : Franziska Müller – StylingPool

Fotoshooting für ABB

Anforderungen : Fotomaterial für Karrierewebseite, Flyer, Roll-Up und Social Media. Im Mittelpunkt stehen ABB Interns, die individuell oder in Gruppen aufgenommen werden um die starke Community zu unterstreichen und zu veranschaulichen dass ABB auch ein Arbeitgeber für junge Leute ist.
Da wir zügig unterwegs waren und mobil arbeiten mussten, hatte ich als Equipment die Nikon D850 mit 2 entkoppelten SB-900 Blitze im Einsatz. Alle Bilder wurden mit ISO 2500 aufgenommen.

Stand Up Paddle in northern Norway

The Norwegian archipelago situated within the Arctic Circle north of Tromsø is renowned for its natural beauty and rugged mountainous coastline. Bathed in the light of the Midnight Sun from late May through late July it is a place that gives the chance to feel nature’s elements and to experience the iridescent light of a phenomenon that is unfamiliar to most. The northern tip of Norway is offering at this period of the year an opportunity for an extraordinary journey.
This July, the team undertook a self supported Stand Up Paddle journey paddling each day through the late twilight hours to truly experience the full atmosphere of the Midnight Sun exploring the islands of Rebbenesøya, Grøtøya and Nordkvaløya in a region of pure untouched nature and very little civilization. In the endless summer days during the hours of the Midnight Sun the sky light up in powerful reds and the sea calms and turns into a wonderful crimson blue. To capture and document our journey we used both photography and a drone for stunning aerial still and video shots. Traveling with a relatively new mode of transport under the magical light of the Midnight Sun, we seek to explore and share images from one of the most unique places on earth.

We’ve been 2 weeks on the water. It’s been a mixed bag of weather conditions but overall we have been paddling some good distances. The SUP’s fully packed were handling the ocean swell and the scenery has been wild and remote. The exposed western coast is rugged and menacing but our SUP’s allowed us to get up close and have given us access to some great camping spots. We really haven’t seen much sign of other life other than the odd hello from the local seals and a few passing dolphins. Being so far up north offers some fascinating bird watching with almost hourly puffin flybys and visits from the Arctic tern on its epic migrating journey from Antartic.

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Monochrome Photography Awards & photo17

Good news! The 2016 Monochrome Photography Awards received nearly 7000 submissions from 86 countries around the world. My photograph of The Space Whale taken at Burning Man was awarded Honorable Mention next to 45 other submitted works in the category Abstract.

Further, we look back on a successful photo17 exhibition week at Maag Halle where we could with Justin and Pascal present our project PlanetVisible and showcase our work about Burning Man.

Burning Man

When deciding on a project we wanted something that was cultural, spiritual, unreal, uncommon as well as visual with a strong storytelling opportunity. Burning Man is unique. It’s unique in its community spirit, its creativity, its self-expression. It’s not merely another festival. It’s a celebration of the human soul.

Burning Man is my first project under the name PlanetVisible, a collaboration with photographers Justin Hession and Pascal Richard. We all grew up in different parts of the world but it’s our shared passion in storytelling and visual imagery that has bonded us as friends. Our friendship has grown into a collaboration where together we seek to explore, document and share stories from around the world, with the world. Check our work on www.planetvisible.com

I put some of my favorite photos together that i took at this year gathering. Ready for the journey !?
Enter the Magic

Freundschaft ruft Geschichten ins Leben

Ich habe das Vergnügen, heute eine neue Zusammenarbeit mit zwei renommierten Fotografen aus Zürich ankündigen zu dürfen. Gemeinsam mit meinen Kollegen Justin Hession und Pascal Richard haben wir das Projekt PlanetVisible in die Welt gerufen. Dieses basiert auf Storytelling und der Kreation von Fotoprojekten über Kultur und Umwelt.

Ich lade Sie herzlich ein, unsere neue Plattform http://planetvisible.com zu besuchen und dabei fantastische Bilder aus der ganzen Welt zu entdecken und mehr über unser Projekt zu erfahren.

Mein Engagement als Fotograf für PhotoPulse bleibt unverändert.

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