Tag: germany

Anna, Botanical Garden Bielefeld

Spring is one of my favourite times of the year, especially with all the flowers in bloom. When the rhododendros showed their beautiful colours, I grabbed my dear friend Anna again and snapped a couple of nice flower shots.

Shot with the Canon 700D and the 50mm f/1.8 lens.

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Hannah, Berlin

If you’re slowly getting the impression that I’m basically constantly traveling, you’re absolutely right. Well, sort of. Let’s just say that’s exactly the kind of impression I want to make. This lovely shoot happened when I went to Berlin, with Hannah as one of my first proper paying clients (wohooo)! She was a little apprehensive and nervous at first, as she was convinced it was impossible to take relaxed pictures of her, but I quickly managed to prove her wrong. Real talk – that’s one of the best compliments you can give a photographer, it’s so great to see someone’s shyness visibly melt away in front of your eyes (and lens). Thanks so much, Hannah!

As usual, shot with my Canon 700D and either the 50 mm f/1.8 lens or the 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6.

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Anna, Bürgerpark Bielefeld

Another little fun shoot with my darling Anna. It was just beginning to get autumnal, so we grabbed my trusty camera and made our way to a local park. Sadly the leaves weren’t quite as colourful yet as I would’ve hoped, but they made for a nice touch nonetheless.

All photos taken with the Canon 700D and the 50mm f/1.8 lens.

Aimee & Anna, Bielefeld

This was one of the first shoots I actually properly arranged with people; I grabbed my Canon 700D and my two friends and headed to an empty shopping centre in Bielefeld. It’s not exactly abandoned; there are still shops on the ground floor, but the upper floors only house offices now. It’s such a pretty location! I have to get used to my camera again and the shutter is annoyingly half-broken (probably a loose contact or something), so the photos weren’t quite as sharp and in focus as they need to be … but we still managed to get a couple of pretty shots. Have a look!

All photos were taken with the Canon 700D and either the f/1.8 50mm or the f/3.5-5.5 18-55mm kit lens.

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