This year in summer I had the opportunity to spend a couple of days in Frankfurt. Considered Germany’s financial centre and paired with the largest hub-airport of mainland Europe this city should be an interesting place to explore, I assumed. So I prepared and packed my equipment intending to take some longtime exposures there. I … Continue reading
As part of my ongoing project ”60-second slices of present“ I filled a couple of rolls when I had the opportunity to shoot in London early this year. I have just finished editing down a huge bulk of images to what you now see below. Enjoy and stay tuned for more of this year’s slices … Continue reading
As mentioned at the beginning of the year, I intended to take the “60-second slices of present”-project further and beyond the city of Berlin where it all had started some three years ago. I am surprised, how the project has been developing since. The fact I always limit myself to the exact same capturing method … Continue reading
As mentioned in my previous post I spend Easter time in Rome this year. I had a very particular image in mind I wanted to take – the masses of people gathering on Saint Peter’s Square for Pope Francis’s Urbi et Orbi Message. So this is my selection of shots I took in and around … Continue reading
2012 was a fruitful year as to continuing my photo project “60-second slices of present”. In my last post on the selection of 60-second shots from Berlin I mentioned that I plan to extend this work with photos from other cities around the world, too. So here’s a start at that: last year in October I spend … Continue reading
Now that 2013 has just started, I’d like to present a selection of last year’s “60-second slices of present”. This sparse, yet compact selection of works is part of the eponymous ongoing series that I started almost three years ago. It has become a pleasure to reflect on the project’s development since. What, out of … Continue reading
Some time ago I introduced my idea to a conceptual series I named 60-second slices of present. What had started as an experiment about two years ago has ever since been becoming a long-term photo project. Here comes a selection of last year’s results.
This is but a little pictorial tale about a day at Trabrennbahn Mariendorf – one of three Berlin trotting courses. All shots are taken with a Yashica Mat 124G on Fuji NPH400. Click on the first gallery image to start the slideshow.
I’d like to introduce you to a free project I’ve been working on for about a year now. It’s an open series of pictures that show well known places of the Berlin cityscape. They are dense places with high traffic frequency, places where there’s lots of flux and motion. Each of the photos was exposed … Continue reading