New Commission: Munich's Frauenkirche

A new commission opportunity has come up with a buyer in Munich.

The idea is to capture the famous Frauenkirche in Munich with the Alps in the background.

I’ve seen a slew of images fitting this description already in my research, so the challenge, as usual, is to capture an iconic image of the building that stands apart from every other in terms of composition, lighting, weather, etc (the thumbnail image for this post is not mine, but it is typical of the vast majority of images available of this iconic structure).

I’ll keep you all posted on the discussions, since there are some logistic issues to work through.

When the final image is ready, I’ll likely be offering it as a Color Prints in a limited edition of 10 total prints.


New Commission: 5 Iconic Sites in London

I was just contacted last week about capturing five iconic locations in London for a private buyer. As I am currently residing in the city, this will be a good chance to get out and about the city.

My goal is to capture these five locations according to my personal approach (how could I do otherwise?).

That means working hard to not replicate existing compositions, finding new frames in which to capture the (or an) essence of a building or location, and ensuring that the final image alludes in some way to the larger structure or site.

I’m especially excited about this project for one very big reason: I’ll be using my new Hasselblad camera. That means this will be my first series done in medium format (previous series were mostly done on Full Frame, with a few earlier images on micro four thirds).

Shooting on a 51-mp Medium Format sensor means that these images will benefit from superb resolution and better colour rendition than is possible with a Full Frame sensor.

Although I’m still working out the details with the buyer, at some point later this year I intend to offer these images for sale, in a limited edition run as usual (10-20 prints total).

Stay tuned!

*Note: the thumbnail image is of The Shard, London, and is not part of this series. To purchase a print of this image, please contact me directly: