Peter Thoeny specializes in quality HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography. He strives to create HDR images that tell a story, evoke emotions, have an artistic touch, and look natural - in other words, "HDR photos that don't suck". He likes to experiment and push the boundaries.
Many more HDR photos are listed at Peter's Flickr stream - contact Peter if you like to get a print of an image not listed here.
Peter's gear: Sony NEX-6 (mirror-less camera with APS-C format CMOS sensor), a 50mm f1.8 prime lens, a 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 zoom lens, a 55-210mm f4.5-6.3 telephoto zoom lens.
Peter Thoeny loves to travel and is fascinated with photography since high school in Switzerland. He learned to compose images when he did charcoal drawings and paintings while visiting Italy and other places in Europe. Peter now lives in the Silicon Valley for 18 years, and is an instructor at the Digital Photo Academy teaching photography in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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