it’s been a long time my friends. Life happened and I couldn’t find any time or energy to write on this blog. Working full time, trying to balance my private life and relationships meant I had to make some sacrifices, one of them was not posting anymore. It really saddened me and I often thought of posting something just to post something but I felt that was not good enough. I continued to photograph a lot during this time, I have a hard disk full of unseen awesome photos begging to be shared but I couldn’t find the time to write something meaningful to accompany them so I didn’t post anything. And here I want to ask you… How important is text to you? Please take a moment to vote on the poll below. I want to make V-Light Photography an enjoyable experience for all of us and your opinion is very important to me. Thank you for your time! 😀
Ho ho ho!!! Christmas is almost here and it finally snowed in Vienna! ❄️ After the Bella photos i had planned to post some autumn photos but i actually found a job and since the 1. December I’ve been working full-time as a graphic designer and photographer, so no time again. But i’ll keep my promise and post often, even if the seasons doesn’t match! 😛 For now enjoy some snowed up Vienna photos! Cheers!
One of my first long exposure tries using the DolDer X-Pro Series Slim Neutral ND1000, I’m very pleased with the quality of this filter considering it’s so cheap 😀 Exposure time for this photo was 103 seconds using f/11 with the Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM.
The crazy weather, still reigns here in Vienna but i can’t complain…I got some very special skies to photograph and that makes me happy of course! Getting wet was only a minor detail, i was still running around with a huge grin on my face! 😉 Would it be weird if i wished for more weather like this?
Maria vom Siege (“Mary of the Victory”) is one of the most overlooked churches in Vienna. Located in the 15th district, not faraway from the train station Westbahnhof, the area is not exactly a tourist magnet but in my eyes it’s still a very beautiful building that’s worth visiting. When i took this photo there were some restorations going on but they should be done by now! More photos coming up 😉 Happy weekend you all!
Here’s one more photo of the Spittelau waste incineration plant with some interesting details on the wall in front…Hehe! 😛 What i also found interesting, is that the chimney was not active but the sky does look like smoke that’s coming out of it, doesn’t it? I also love all the blue elements that co-exist in this frame! Will be happy to read your comments and wishing you all a super awesome weekend! Alex out XD
Last week of the Web Design module is here! XD I have no idea what the next week will bring in terms of the internship but i know i will have less hours and that means more time for me and my photography! 😀 I’m super excited!
Here’s a photo from last summer again, the Spittelau waste incineration plant against a lovely dramatic sky! Love them clouds! ❤ The façade of the building was redesigned by eco-architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser after a major fire in 1989, giving it this unique and colorful appearance. It’s definitely an eye-catcher!
Spring is here and i hope you are all having a beautiful time. My sympathies go to all the people with allergies! I had very little time with my studies to take photos of the flowers and the bees but i will make a spring post before summer comes 😛 That’s a realistic goal i think!
But kidding aside, in 2 weeks time, the web-design module will be done!!! And that means going back to the regular 7:30-15:00 schedule, rather than the brutal 7:30-16:30, and constant migraines from 9 hours sitting in front of a computer screen! The next 4 months will be some kind of internship, practicing all the things we learned and also doing our own projects! I really look forward to that! I need to get back on track with my things and do what i love asap! 🙂 I need to get my creative juices running again!
If not now, when? When everything is blooming and so much new energy and possibilities are around, i say the time is now! 😉