Riesenmammut klein

Exhibition in the Galerie Schloss Weinberg

From mid-March to April 18, I will show 70 works - 49 of them as large fine art prints - in the Galerie Schloss Weinberg, which were created in the last three years around various photo workshops. The spectrum ranges from landscapes, shots in natural surroundings, studio shots of minerals/rock specimens to microscopic specimens that were cut and colored before being photographed.

Many of the images were stacked, i.e. the subject was photographed in several layers. These layers (the stack) are then processed into a single image using special software. If such stacks are arranged next to each other (the stacks must overlap on all sides), this is called a panorama. The corresponding technique is called stitching. Panoramas can be single or multi-row. The image with the most stacks in this exhibition is the rush (Juncus), which consists of 29 stacks and a total of 3400 individual images.

However, stacking can be done not only in the studio, but certainly outdoor (as shown by the images of the damselfly), if you know the behavior of the animals and use the right technique.

Landscape shots literally "cry out" for the panorama technique. For the shot of the Dachstein, 14 images were computed into one, the shot of the Styrian Bodensee consists of 36 images.

The prints themselves and the mounting were done at the Fotografie Zentrum Weinberg.

Visits are currently only possible by appointment.