Searching for viewpoints, poring over maps, dodging power lines, and coming home with classic landscape images.
Better lighting conditions can make a good landscape photograph great. Being in the right place at the right time is a skill which you can learn.
Glacier 3000 is the name of a tourist destination in the French Swiss region of Les Diablerets; the number in question being the (approximate) height in metres above sea level of the upper part of a sizeable glacier, easily reachable by cable car and snowed-over the whole year round.
I was delighted to be invited to submit to the upcoming “Open Show” in Lausanne, an evening of photographic presentation by a small selection of photographers, and honoured to have my submission confirmed earlier today. I’ll be showing twenty photos from my One Frame Movie…
The Cailler chocolate factory in Broc, Switzerland, photographed in picturesque late afternoon light.
The Images Festival of Visual Arts is the only open air photographic festival in Switzerland, which takes place in the picturesque town of Vevey, on the shores of Lake Geneva, every two years.
A panoramic view of Lac Léman from the top floor of the Grand Hotel Suisse Majestic in Montreux.
The first set of photos from a portrait session in the Grand Hotel Suisse Majestic in Montreux
A panoramic sunset view across Lac Léman and Cully in western Switzerland.