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New Photographers and Winter Impressions

New photographers and winter impressions at lookphotos: Our new productions in November put us in the mood for the cold season with winterly impressions from Australia, South Tyrol, and Carinthia. Furthermore, we welcome two new photographers at lookphotos: Franz Sussbauer and Salome Weber. And as a special highlight, extraordinary views are captured from the cockpit of an airplane.

Faroe Islands by Franz Sussbauer

Our new photographer Franz Sussbauer takes us to the Faroe Islands. Steep coasts with commanding rock formations, fjords, and waterfalls characterize the archipelago in the North Atlantic, where no point of the interior is more than five kilometers from the sea.

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First Submissions of Salome Weber

Here are the first submissions for lookphotos by Salome Weber. In a modern, clean visual language, she reveals to us, among other things, her view of dreamlike landscapes in the national parks of New Zealand and Australia.



Winter in Australia by Don Fuchs

In Australia, Don Fuchs was also on the road for lookphotos. He brought along wonderful pictures from exciting ski tours in the south of the country. From about June to August, in the Australian winter, you can enjoy the most beautiful slopes.



Carinthia and South Tyrol by Bethel Fath

In Carinthia and South Tyrol, this year’s winter season is just beginning. Bethel Fath is already stirring up anticipation with atmospheric snowy landscapes in the evening sunlight, snow-covered treetops, and mountain hut romance.



View from the cockpit by Josef Willems

Above the clouds, Josef Willems pulled out his camera for us. The photographer is also a pilot, delivering unique views from the cockpit of runways, airport grounds, and passenger planes with swirling contrails above the closed cloud cover.




Cover: ©lookphotos / Franz Sussbauer / 71341354


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