Nice that you care who’s behind this website, here’s some stuff about us:
We’re two young guys from Switzerland, and we both enjoy photography a lot. Like really a lot. We share a similar style in capturing our environment, love huge panoramas, and if there’s one thing that attracts as the most to photograph, its the mountains. And we have a lot of them here, believe me. We have only seen a few, so you can except a lot more pics, and love them the most in wintertime, since we think that 80-120 inches of snow is the best thing that can happen to a mountain range. But of course mother nature has a lot more to offer than Switzerland and its mountains. We’d never say no to a never ending ocean, a plain, scorching hot desert or some windy beach, so we are looking forward to discover more and more countries and regions around the world, from Scotland all the way to Kyrgyzstan. Now to our selves…
I’m currently in the army as a sergeant, on my way to become a lt second class, but my actual profession is not to drill and train the rookies, its in the hotel business. I plan to return there by the end of spring 2019, when I finished my term in the army. My season, as is Sander’s, is the winter. Snowy mountain ranges, steep slopes and cold winds are my realm. Here the inches really matter, the more snow the better.
Now to the gear I use to get those shots:
- Canon 6D, and as backup a Canon 60D
- Canon 70-300mm usm
- Canon 24-105mm
- Canon macro lens 100mm EF
- Canon 28mm
- Canon EFS 10-18mm
- Lee filter system
- Mavic 2 Zoom
Visit my Architecture and Drone Photography page: Arch-foto.ch
He’s the one who came up with the idea of a website to just display our pictures and share them. And FrozenFrame was borne.
At the moment he’s studying architecture in the 4rd semester, and , you guessed it, he spends a lot of his free time behind the desktop or behind the camera in some wicked environments., trying to capture the perfect scenery. As much as he enjoys photography, he enjoys skiing, the gondola of the ski lift his thrown, the steep slope his kingdom, and as he races down he shows no mercy for the peasants that are the snowboarders.
- Nikon D7500
- Tamron SP AF 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II LD
- Sigma 105mm, f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM
- Tamron AF 100-400mm F/4,5-6,3 Di VC USD
- Nikon AF-S 50mm, f/1.8G
- Mavic 2 Zoom
- BMW i3 (Our envirement savings)