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2016 Camera Setup | Get the most out of your money

It’s the end of the year and we write the 1st of December 2015. So it’s time to make some plans for the next year. After photographing for more then 8 years it’s time to get a new camera setup. For 6 years I was on the road with a Canon 400D and after my first DSLR I went for the Canon 700D. I am happy with this one but it’s still an entry level camera. So to take my photography to the next level I want to get me a big Christmas present.


5 Landscape Photography Tips for Beginners

My first love in photography – when I got my Canon EOS 400D as a teenager – was landscape photography. There’s something special about getting out in nature with the challenge of capturing some of the amazing beauty that you see.

While I don’t get as much time as I’d like for Landscape Photography these days – I want to share 5 tips how you can improve your landscape photos! Here are a few of the lessons that I learned in my early years of doing it. I’d love to hear your own tips in comments below.


Do what you love – Live your dream

It is one of this evenings I am sitting on my sofa and thinking about my life and how it changed the past years. There were a lot of days I wasn’t happy with my life but the most important thing in life is to change. One of my idol is Steve Jobs and he is a big inspiration for me. The quote below describes something very important:READ MORE


On Friday the 21st I am travelling to Berlin. It’s not the first time I’m going to Berlin. I think I was there about eight times. In this Blog post I want to share what I take with me for a short city trip. I stay there for four days, so the most stuff I have to carry on is my technical equipment. Here you can see what I take with me:


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