During the lock-down, we felt that one of the challenges was to keep the focus on what matters and keep the balance among all this contradicting information circulating. What matters, what do we need to read, how much should we discuss and talk about this pandemic or focus on the daily tasks. We both believe that this applies not only for the time during the pandemic but applies every day. Please scroll through the images below and let us inspire you. These images are available as limited fine art prints. The series is limited to 15 prints for each photo and two artist prints.
WOOD & WATCH for IWC Schaffhausen in cooperation with Boesch Boats
Photographing wooden boats it’s something I have been doing for many years, a timepiece was a new challenge.
Last year I started quietly in my studio working with light and watches, countless nights, and hours trying hard to manage the conflict of light, reflections, and shadows. As more as you discover you realize there is so much more to explore and to learn. It’s as fascinating and as complex to photograph boats. A high level of detail mastering light and endless styling possibilities. Who would have thought that this big-time investment of last year will be very helpful in the middle of the current COVID crisis?
The Schaffhausen-based watch manufacturer IWC, which has been in partnership with the Boesch boat builder known for his classic mahogany since 2008, is joining in the celebration of Bösch’s 100th anniversary. The occasion is being commemorated with the “Century Edition” anniversary boat, along with the Aquatimer Automatic Edition “Boesch”.
Letztes Segelfotoshooting im 2015
Das wird sicher nichts als Ende November die Anfrage kam für ein Shooting, und genau am geplanten Tag war der Himmel blau wie schon so oft in diesem Herbst und somit gabe es doch noch schöne Fotos der neuen XP33 der WS Bootsschule hier in Zürich.
Zurich’s harborcrane during the #dasischzüri photo contest and exhibition
A unusual photoexhibition in the streets of Zurich organized and promoted by the local Radio 24. 100 photos representing the city of Zurich in a unusual way have been choosen by a jury and are now in display on billbords in the streets. Very creative idea way better than the usual postcards subjects from the last decades.
The harborcrane “Hafenkan” installed last summer on the Limmat was the source for controversial discussions. Is it art or simply a waste of money?
Gear used: Nikon D800 Nikon 12-24mm 2.8 Lense