burning evening sky

The silhouette of clocktower of Graz, Austria on top of the Schlossberg against a colourfull evening sky
The sunset over the Schlossberg, Graz, Austria.
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Hello, I haven’t posted something here on this blog for a long time. But it’s a new year, so it’s time to change some things – or go back to some others. Well, I can only promise to put more of my time in this blog, posting examples of my work, background stories and things I think would be for interest for others.
Above picture was created after I finished shooting for a different project. It became dark, I turned around, and saw this impressive sky. I_m still not sure what’s the correct translation of the German word “Kitsch” is – but this is an obvious example of it!
Tommi

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New website

Dear followers and readers!

I finally published my new website www.thomasbernhardt.at

On this side I have created a portfolio serving as a showcase for clients and possible clients for me as a professional photographer.
What does this mean for this blog?
Well, mostly a slight change in the content I will post here. My plan is to give you more of a backstage view in my work, and, other than before, I would also like to post stories and pictures
coming from my “other” profession as a lighting designer in the theatre and the entertainment industry.
So,  I will not set myself rules too strictly, what is fitting here or not, instead I will keep it as open as possible, so be surprised.

kind regards

 

 

 

Weeks full of work

Hi everybody! Thanks for taking a look into my blog! You may have noticed  a little shortage in fresh posts and new photos recently. Reason is that I’m the lighting director of the opening production of this years Steirischer Herbst by the needcompany from Belgium. It’s pretty demanding, and so my time to shot and… Continue reading Weeks full of work