Around Laufenburg, powerlines (or lines of power) are a often a dominating feature of the landscape, disrupting many classical views of the natural beauty within the region. While most may try to avoid them in their compositions, for this series I decided to make them a main subject.
The Waid in Zürich offers a spectacular view of the city, the lake and the alps, weather permitting. The panorama was shot with a 90mm lens, using about 15-20 images in portrait orientation, slightly compressing the perspective and making the alps appear closer as they are. Stitching of the panorama was done using Affinity Photo. One of these panoramas is my highest selling image to date: Panorama von Zürich on Adobe