What I've learned from shooting at night on the Alps ...


The night has fallen. I am alone, on top of a mountain, at an altitude of 3,000 meters (~9,800 feet). Fog is floating along through the valleys below, illuminated by the pale light of the moon. For a moment I feel like I’ve landed on a distant planet, lost in space. It’s a privilege to be here, a refreshment of the soul.

Now, in total silence, far from everything, I can start thinking about taking some photos.

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