08. Februar 2012, -9 Grad, allerdings gefühlte -20 in den Fingerspitzen. Trotzdem und weils so schön war ein Panoramafoto vom Loch 11 und 12. Einfach Winter!
Für eine große Bildansicht auf das Bild klicken!
Für unseren Kunden Seeberger konnten wir pünktlich mit dem Start des Schneefalls kühle Winteraufnahmen produzieren. Extrem schlechtes Wetter am Vortag wechselte mit Traum Winterwetter am Tag der Produktion. Eiskalt mit klammen Fingern aber eben so wie es sich gehört für anständige Wintermode.
Danke an die Leute, die hart gearbeitet haben um diese Produktion umzusetzen, Bettina von Seeberger, Sabine für das Modelcasting, Ariane für das Makeup und die Frisuren, Urs für die Ausstattung und das Styling, Andreas für die Grafik und das Lookbook, Luca und Lukas für die Licht und Kameraassistenz, Francesca, Laura und Dejan fürs Modeln. (Wos tat i ohne eich ??? )
Next portrait, once more from the Arlberg region. It shows Franz from Graz, sales representative with his new collection of the Porsche Design Timepieces. As mentioned before it was world highest watch presentation at the Mehlsack, an alpine peak nearby Lech, Arlberg in Austria. If you are interested in one or more of these watches, price range starts around 2.000.- EUR and ends far over 100.000.- EUR. For my favorite I have to work hard the next one or two weeks. 😉
12.March 2010, my 2nd daily portrait (have to catch up some missed days), it was so spectacular and I don`t want to hold back this phantastic panorama view over the Arlberg region. For the rest of the story please click here….
I don`t remember the name of him, but these guys are responsible for safe landing and transportation at the Heli skiing Arlberg, operated by Wucher Helicopters, Lech, Arlberg
12. March 2010, early morning in Lech, Arlberg, Austria.
Porsche Tirol and Vorarlberg started a customer event with Heliskiing and a presentation in cooperation with Porsche Design Watches, Praeg Jewelery and Fischer Ski. Our part was to do the shooting of the world highest watch presentation by Porsche Design on a peak called Mehlsack at the Arlberg region.
Samy was one of the guys of the Wucher Helicopter team. He coordinated the starts, the landings at the peak and looked for the passenger and transportation of their skis.
08.March 2010, I know I am behind my plan 365 Portraits 2010. Don`t worry about, I also don`t do so. Maybe I have to work in 2011 as well. ;-).
This is Michael, smoking his midday, spring cigarette at our studios entry. For all my US friends, visiting this blog, thats allowed here in Austria. 😉
Michael is my business partner and the executive of the sfh bild.bewegung. This is a part of our company, where we do motion-design, Film and 3-D. So watch out for his cool show reels, I´m shure you like it. Apropos spring, it was damned cold this midday, we had -3 Degree, Celsius, Snow and that all after my 3 weeks real spring time in Spain…
07.Feb.2010, after a very short night a cold sunday morning 7.am in Dornbirn, Bahnhof. My son Luca left for the professional school in Linz 500 KM far away. The next 10 weeks he visits the photographers class there. So I was not sure if he looked sad because he left all his friends (and maybe his parents), or if he just looked tired. Think both togehter. (why did I both times shoot early morning portraits of my 2 kids?)
The funny name of the OEBB train was „Europäischer Computerführerschein“, that means something like a European Union computer driver licence. Not to long ago, the trains where named with Innsbruck, Salzburg, Vienna and so on… ;-))
28.Jan.2010, a lot of snow in Bregenz and this portrait of Roland alias Spritti. He is the cousin of Ivo, a sfh photographer. He owns the shown tractor, a cool Lindner 1065A, 1983, 65 horsepower diesel, with a bigger snow shovel than all the other tractors on the street today. Today Spritti started to work in his company at 4am and after finishing early afternoon there, he followed his pleasure: snow shoveling with his tractor for his friends and our studio parking area as well …
The rare, basely Austrian Snowman normaly lives only at wintertime in snowy regions here in Austria. Sometimes, not only because of the global warming, he (or she if its a snowwoman) does not get older than 2 or 3 days. At the moment you can find a lot of that folks all over Europe, and maybe in Florida too.