DatenSamstag 8. Februar 2014Samstag 5. April 2014Samstag 14. Juni 2014Samstag 20. September 2014 jeweils von 08.30 – 17.00 Uhr OrtIMAGE different GmbHUnterdorfstrasse 48, Widnau PreisCHF 590.00 (inkl. MWST.) LeitungAndreas Butz & Stefanie Christ Kursziele Verwendung von Studiolicht Kennenlernen verschiedener Lichtformer … Continue reading
Ernst Bromeis (www.dasblauewunder.ch) is in the water again. You remember?This time he is heading towards Rotterdam. He started his tour on 2 may at lake Toma, the spring of the river Rhine. He will follow the 1230km of water … Continue reading
My dear friend Ruedi is looking forward for his trip to Iceland in summer. We tested some equipment, kayaks f.e., to shorten the time he has to wait for his departure. Very early one morning, we steered our boats to … Continue reading
3 days in the alps, in a very special location, the Greina. We published a slideshow on youtube for alpenmagazin.org. Slideshow designed by Stefanie Christ, imagedifferent.
Adrian Bollhalder, lumberjack, cutting trees in Urnäsch, Appenzell Rhode Exterior. Never seen somebody doing this job that professional and with so much dedication. All pictures taken with a Nikon D3s, 8 pictures per second. Gif-Animation by Stefanie Christ, seeallee.ch.
Every product starts with a good idea. Steff Tobler, founder of wind.ch Teamevents, contacted me and told me about his trailer and all the white space which he wanted to use as a advertising space for his business. It ended … Continue reading
A interview for a swiss print magazin and the Alpenmagazin with Roman Signer. He was telling stories of his childhood… amazing man. 73 years old and still as vital as a wasp. I had less than one hour, my PhaseOne … Continue reading
Andi Loser is climbing the bottletree on St.Anton, Oberegg, Switzerland, for hanging new bottles in all kinds of colors on it. The refresh happens every year, because some of the bottles brake (water/ice) or get damaged because of strong winds. … Continue reading
Well – we all have to admit mistakes sometimes or are disappointed because of nonfulfiled hopes or expectations. Yesterday was one of these days, when a project suddenly changes direction and leaves you standing at the crossing just staring at … Continue reading
Short visit at the place of places, H.R. Fricker in Trogen. http://www.placeofplaces.com
We don’t have the contract yet – Nikons are busy today. But – we will become a Nikon System Partner – which means, we sell you Nikons, we train you with Nikons and we rent you Nikons. From now – … Continue reading
Shooting of a young couple in the studios at Seeallee, Heiden. My wife was touched by the photograph of the two – stay together brave hearts! sich finden sich innigst aneinander binden gemeinsam den sinn im leben suchen romantik erleben … Continue reading
uuuuuuu – the Mamyia 645 DF with the digital Schneider Kreuznach lenses works just phenomenal. In this setting I used a 1/1000 at aperture 2.8 – and it’s just sharp in every corner. Which is not really guaranteed at 2.8 … Continue reading
Every September, some people in europe are going to lay down their work, grab their binoculars and guns with telescopic sights and are off for hunting animals in forests. As I accompanied some of them, we had a very nice … Continue reading
Okay – the name is a bit, well, over the top. But, the day after this shooting with 20 models I was completely out of race, lying at home, just dozing and hanging. Not that my son was very pleased … Continue reading
This tree – as gardeners say – is coming late and leaving early. It is called clerk tree, in german ‘Beamtenbaum’. Another explanation for the name could be that it needs its arms or branches, to lean on. ‘They invite … Continue reading
This summer, Andrea Badrutt, famous Swiss photographer based in Chur, asked me to support him with a project he was engaged for the whole july. This time, he did not only want do take photos of the project (as for … Continue reading
Portrait of Jakob Kellenberger, ICRC Continue reading
This Sealion Lady was very keen in meeting me, getting a little too close. Pictures taken by myself, 2003, Saunders Islands, UK, South Atlantic. Our book ‘Falkland Islands’ was published in the same year.