They’re colorful. They’re loud. They’re crazy. And yet, these photographs and illustrations offer something for the whole family. From „Chicken Birthday“ to „Cornflakes Tukan“. By Zoe Gehlfuß
The posts in this category are intended to give you a better idea of who our artists really are. In Pt. 4 we give you: Marco Entchev!
The days are (unfortunately still) getting shorter and so we thought this might be an excellent time to add a new section to our blog – so that the evenings on your sofa get a bit more interesting and entertaining. May we introduce: “Speed Dating”.
These contributions are intended to give you a better idea of who our artists really are. In part 2, we give you: Yener Torun!
We have, of course, always known that this one here’s a beauty.
But now Florian Büttner’s photo “Bromo 01” was officially awarded Bronze in the “Mountains” category of the One Eyeland World’s Top 10 Landscape Photographers 2017 Photo Contest.
Photocircle photographer Eva Stadler is a journalist, editor and project manager from Munich, Germany. She loves design and typography, and adores surprising photography. On photocircle.net Eva sells a selection of her pictures and supports development and humanitarian projects through her sales.
Every destination has its own culture, peculiarities and sights. How do you do your pre-trip location scouting?
When I have finally decided where to go (the bucket list is very, very long), I do a lot of online research. The first things I look for are the sights and vistas, important buildings or monuments, signature landscapes, clothes, people, markets, animals, even colors etc. What pictures are there already? What technique or angle could add a twist to a well-known motif? Since time is always limited, I’m planning every trip carefully. I try to concentrate on a few places I definitely want to see and at what time of day, and leave time and space for unexpected situations.
I try to figure out what it will be like at my chosen destination as a foreign woman with a huge camera and backpack and how people will react. Most travel guides offer advice on how, when, or where to take pictures without hurting feelings. I take these very seriously. It might not even have consequences, but it makes me feel bad if someone rolls their eyes at me or thinks I’m being rude.