|You look through the viewfinder of a camera and are transported into another world.
Split seconds are captured for eternity. Something special happens. A picture says more than words can ever do.
The success of a good photo doesn´t just depend on capturing that special moment.
Often detailed planning is necessary for the photos you want - especially if you work with animals.
I have been experimenting with the world of photography since I was a boy of fifteen - and have continued to this day.
The fascination has increased with every new challenge. The world moves at a dizzying speed - even in photography.
Once, you had to wait several days before you could see your photos when they came back from the lab;
nowadays the result is only a mouseclick away.
Digital photography has changed the world - the fascination has remained the same.
In my job as an advertising salesman, I had to work with hundreds of pictures.
Some were excellent, some were good, others were poor quality. But who decides what makes a good photo?
Is it the art director of an advertising agency, the owner of a company, or the publisher of a magazine?
They all have an opinion as to which photo they like, and which doesn’t do anything for them.
And this is where the right photographer comes in.
At the moment, my wife and I share our lives with four Scottish Terriers. We are both devoted to dogs and horses
and these animals have been our great passion for decades.
Being our constant companions, the Scotties are at the heart of our lives, and frequently also in front of the camera.
A strong relationship, love and trust are the basics for a relaxed and creative partnership between us and our dogs.
Very special shots, which show the amazing variety in an animal’s character, are created that way.
I would like to introduce you to my recent work by inviting you to view my latest photo galleries.
Please spend some time looking at the world through my lens. Could my photography express your world view?