A few weeks ago I went on a spontaneous photo walk through Innsbruck with Valentin. We swapped cameras so he could try my 50 mm 1.4 lens and I tried my best with his Sony SLT-A77V. As on my last photo walk through Innsbruck with Torsten this was a great reminder that it’s always about the photographer’s vision and not about the camera or lens
Here are some images from our little photo adventure (some taken by Valentin, some by me, taken with both our cameras and my iPhone, edited by me):
Hi everyone, I hope you are well! I am currently very busy with different personal projects, one photography related is a 52 weeks self-portrait project that I plan to finish this summer.
We, a group of photographers from all over the world, try to take a self-portrait every week for one year. The lovely Ella created this “Let’s get creative” project and prepared challenging and fun themes for every week. As I started in July last year I only did half of the project in 2014 and will stop this year when I finish my image number 52. So far I haven’t missed a single week, a fact that I am really proud of. For me it isn’t about creating a perfect self-portrait every week but to try new things and have fun. Here are some of my favorites so far, follow along on my Flickr and also check out our Flickr group for everyone’s images!
Winter is finally here and we enjoyed the first day of 2015 in this winter wonderland. Here’s to a great year ahead!
On a Friday in November I met with Niña, Fabian & Ines in Innsbruck to take some images for Niña’s Blog. I was a bit nervous to be in front of someone else’s camera but I absolutely trusted them to make me look good . We had a great time walking through the old town, taking images and getting to know each other a bit better while drinking hot chocolate/coffee. Here are some behind the scenes images from our photo shooting, enjoy!
Find the final images and an interview with me (sorry, in German only) here: http://tiroler-madl.blogspot.co.at
Light painting with green LED lights was fun . Here are some images from our light testing on Friday and the night sky on location.