I’ve published two coffee table books. One about Iceland and one about temperate rainforests.
I’ve visited Iceland six times from 2008 to 2016 to capture the great diversity and beauty of this island with my images. This book contains 165 large high quality images of all the wild places of Iceland including the most spectacular waterfalls, glaciers, canyons, black beaches, ice caves and lava fields in the remote highlands as well as the underwater world of the Silfra fissure and the lively culture scene and architecture of Reykjavik. It is available both at Blurb and Amazon.com.
Temperate rainforests are magic places. They are at the same time peaceful and quiet as well as lively and energetic. Plants, that haven’t changed much since the age of the dinosaurs, with its countless shades of green combined with water everywhere make these places so unique. I’ve visited in a long-term project from 2010 to 2015 all significant areas of temperate rainforests in the world and documented the diversity and uniqueness of these places. This book contains 60 large high quality images of temperate rainforests in New Zealand, Patagonia, Tasmania and the Pacific NW and is available both at Blurb and Amazon.com.
Both books are rather expensive, but I’ve deliberately chosen to print them only in the largest available format and on the best available paper. This combined with the small print run of a POD book sadly leads to the rather high price. But I can assure you, the quality of the books is really very good. If you click on the above links to Blurb you get a free preview of all pages.
In addition seen.by has published a book about 50 photographers featuring some of my images. The title of the book is Was Fotografen bewegt – 50 Fotografen, ihre Bilder, ihre Geschichte. It is available at dpunkt.verlag.