I am just back from a trip to Shanghai, the first asian city I ever visited. It was great, its awesome, an visually very intense place. Images will come up in the next month, stay tuned. Some first views are on my instagram channel: instagram.com/pfn
Finally! My book about New York City is finished. It is a book with the size 30x30cm, 120 pages of 200 g/m² paper, thread binding and 45 images, showing the best was the NYC skyline has to give. It is a limited edition, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to order your copy.
View onto the urban jungle of Midtown New York City shortly before sundown. Rush hour on the driveway to Queensboro Bridge.
NYC, what a beauty! View on Manhattan sykline during blue hour, seen from weehawken.
Scenic view on New York City Downtown, featuring the shiny new One World Trade Center on a sunny and warm September evening.
Five of my Dubai images are now available as prints at YellowKorner. There are small open editions and bigger limited editions, have a look.
I just published a little story with my NYC cityscapes at Storehouse, have a look.
View from Weehawken onto New York City Downtown and the Weehawken Waterfront Park and Recreation Center
Sunset over the streets of New York City (Madison Street) seen from Manhattan Bridge.
Aerial view on Manhattan Island. The view from a helicopter over New York gives you a unique perspective on this amazing city.
You have seen this view a million times, but still it is so fascinating and breathtaking. I just love this city.
Morning view towards Thuringia at the former inner german border. Unexpected beauty in the middle of nowhere in the center of Germany. Sunrise at the beginning of November 2014.
The "Neues Museum" in Nuremburg was one of my first architectural subjects and I am coming back every year to take some new photos. In the past I mostly concentrated one the fabulous white exhibition halls and the spectacular staircase. Honestly it is not so difficult to make some nice shots there. So this time I focussed on the outside of the museum and the entrance area. I was lucky enough to have the perfect light for the outdoor shots, have a look: