Last weekend, I covered a three-day Hackathon organized by the Department of Informatics of the Technical University Munich (TUM) at Forschungscampus Garching. My task during the two-and-a-half days was to document the event and the atmosphere. There was no rush & plenty of time throughout the day - I had fun and got some nice impressions, as you can see below. Most of the time I used a Nikkor 28/1.8 and a 85/1.8. All pictures from the three days can be found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/149351969@N03/albums/with/72157676665432906
Last weekend I was booked by the brewery Hacker-Pschorr (Paulaner) to cover the music festival BrassWiesn in Eching near Munich. Apart from a short shotlist I was pretty much free to walk around and capture whatever I happened to run into. Below is a selection of pictures that I shot within about six hours, most of the time I was using one D4s with an 85mm/f1.8 lens and one D4s with either a 20mm/f1.8 or a 28mm/f1.8 lens.
The Digital Life Design (DLD) is a three day conference for investors and internet companies on innovation, digitization, science and culture. I covered the event for dpa Picture Alliance who was assigned by Hubert Burda Media, the host of the conference. Thanks to my editor Sebastian Gabriel I could focus on photographing and capturing interesting moments.