P H O T O G R A P H Y
2-Shot Panorama, taken from a zodiac with a Nikon 80-400 Zoom lens. And suddenly the whale emerged ... No noise, except the crackling of the ice and the breathing of the whale ...
Magic moment :-)
Magic moment :-)
Taken hand-held with a Leica S 120mm lens. I was looking at some other penguins on the left, when I saw those two heading off towards the beach together. I only had a couple of seconds before their position changed and the moment was gone ...
While hiking up a smallish mountain for some other vantage point, I nearly missed this vista behind me. Taken with a Nikon 80-400 zoom lens and a circular polarizer to minimize reflections on the water.
Taken from on-board our ship just after sunrise with a Leica S 70mm lens. The extreme dryness of the air in Antarctica (in spite of all the water, snow and ice ...) makes for incredibly transparent air.
Taken with a Leica S 70 mm lens. High contrast scenes like this one require careful exposure. Taken hand-held from on-board our ship at dawn.
Just before sunrise onboard our ship with a Leica S 24mm Lens. Breathtaking atmosphere, clarity and calm.
During sunrise onboard our ship with a Leica S 70mm Lens. It feels like the Alps, but then there's the ocean
Just before sunset from a Zodiac cruising an Iceberg Graveyard in Pléneau Bay with a Leica S 24mm Lens.
Taken with a Leica 120mm Lens. Half an hour wait until everybody else had left and just him and me remained. The moment lasted just over two seconds.
Just before sunrise from a Zodiac cruising an Iceberg Graveyard in Pléneau Bay with a Leica S 24mm Lens.
Taken from on-board our ship on the way to the Lemaire Channel just before sunset. Leica S 70mm Lens was used.
5-Image stitiched image, hand-held using a Leica S 120mm Lens. Printed at its native resolution, this image is over 1.8m wide. Since we went to Antarctica during its summer, days were about 18h long and golden light lasted for hours ...