Daniel Schnyder

Since Daniel Schnyder was a kid, he liked to observe the lives on this planet, especially human activities. He believed the people are pilgrims in this world, and his great pleasure was to discover- to get in touch. Daniel is from Switzerland. He is married and blessed with a son. He is currently working as a polymechanician. Photography came to him as a way of curiosity to know how light captures the moment on the sensitive layer of a film. His first roll was Kodacolor, and when he developed it he was astonished. No image! Later he got opportunity to work with a Swiss French newspaper, but practicing press photography become too depressing for him because the majority of the events to cover were tragic. Traveling abroad gave him a new turn, travel became his best school of life, gives him the pleasure of moment, to share and reveal light.
Daniel Schnyder

Daniel Schnyder

Camera Gear: Canon New F1, Rollei 35TE, Fujifilm X100
Current Location: Bévilard, Switzerland
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/goldfishjack/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/schnydoux
Twitter: https://twitter.com/goldfishjack
Best Achievements & Exhibitions:
1st Place | Photo of the Month | 34th Month
Press photographer for the newspaper “La Suisse” in 1986


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Children in Candle Light, by Daniel Schnyder

Children in Candle Light, by Daniel Schnyder

Children have another point of view...often much more simple and true than adults. This was taken in Communauté catholique orientale, Lagrasse, Corbières, Franc...
Bye bye Pudong, by Daniel Schnyder

Bye bye Pudong, by Daniel Schnyder

July 2012, the last night in Shanghai. In front of the Pudong district of Shanghai, People's Republic of China.Award Winner: Photo of the Day | April 06...

Bye bye Pudong, by Daniel Schnyder
Children in Candle Light, by Daniel Schnyder
Majesty of  El Misti, by Daniel Schnyder
Cuzco, zampoña, by Daniel Schnyder
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