Tag Archive: photography

Photo101 – a triumph

This is a wrap up of a busy and absolutely wonderful November – 20 assignments. Here are my favorite pictures of it.


Finding the perfect match might appear impossible in the first place, but when you have found it, everything feels natural.

Leading the eye

As a photographer, you capture a 3 dimensional scene on a 2 dimensional medium. To generate depth, you can use the lines and shapes, play around with focus and different apertures. Simply said, every photographer… Continue reading


Here comes the sun

Corners and edges, lumps and bumps

Black and white pictures with high contrast always emphasise edges and corners. For me, the Eiffel Tower is an ideal subject to try various angles and perspectives, to look at its edges, corners… Continue reading

Travel bug: street art

Wherever we walk, there might be a glimpse of art and style around us – sometimes at the most unexpected places. Street art can be funny, critical, massive, colorful, but it always catches… Continue reading

Window shopping

Windows provide us with insights and outlooks. Walking around in the city, we often do not realize a lot of details around us. Lost in thought, we are fading out most of our surrounding. Sometimes, our… Continue reading

Beyond the grave

 Cimitero Monumentale di Milano – Sightseeing in Milan apart the fashion paths is full of sculptures, artistic tombs and impressive monuments.

Sunrise above the clouds

Outlook of a travel bug – get your head out of the clouds and enjoy the day.

Little treasures

“It’s the time you spent on your rose that makes your rose so important…People have forgotten this truth, but you mustn’t forget it. You become responsible forever for what you’ve tamed. You’re responsible… Continue reading