“In your face” street photography is discomforting, at least for me. This is a semi documentation of how I am working on overcoming my fear of photographing people in a street scenario. It is not intended as a training, but more simply the steps that I have taken pushing the boundaries on my personal comfort
Month: July 2016
The plan this year (2016) was to go to the island of Madeira but having watched videos showing the rather hairy landings at Madeira’s airport, I chickened out. The wife being terribly disappointed needed an alternative that would pep up her spirits again, so Schleswig-Holstein (where she comes from) seemed the only viable alternative. The
The lake is large, sufficiently so as to have sailing yachts, ferries and even inhabited islands. One island has one of the stately homes of the now deceased King of Bavaria and the other has a nunnery.
Whilst such things sound boring the open air museum is everything but boring to photographers of architecture, past times, rusty equipment and older lifestyles. Bavaria is a farming area first and foremost. Despite the technology firms and the cosmopolitan nature of Munich, the rest of Bavaria is still rural. Traditions and the catholic church are
The botanical garden in Munich is without doubt one of my favourite photo locations. The compact nature and contents provide photographic opportunities with every turn. The layout is excellent; the access is great and the care taken with the plants means that one can get really good photographs. Early each year (Jan-Mar) they have a