Just the open road & and a hungry heart

  • kerstin maier photography an evening with love on the rocks - bianca & tobi Bianca & Tobi and an evening on the rocks.- Some time ago I spent a wonderful evening outdoors with Bianca and Tobi, really close to where we all live. Bianca, who is a photographer as well, and I had been wanting to take photos there forever, and I was really happy that we could finally make it happen.
  • kerstin maier photography daring love shoot in germany - sarah & robbie Daring stuff with Sarah & Robbie.- I’ve been wanting to shoot at this location for a long time, and these two daring souls were up for it – perfect match. We set out through a forest and a beautiful path full of autumn leaves and the sun was shining and the mood was so good! When we reached the rocks and ridges I’d fallen in love…
  • kerstin maier photography couple shoot in oxford - sharmaine & darran An afternoon with Sharmaine & Darran.- It’s all about meeting new people, talking to each other, exchanging experiences, having a good time. If you can combine that with taking pictures, it’s even better.   During my second week in Oxford I got to know Sharmaine and Darran. Sharmaine is a wedding photographer as well and, normally being on the other side of the camera, wanted to…
  • kerstin maier photography love shoot in oxford - mimi & cal Mimi & Cal & the streets of venerable Oxford.- They did long distance. Like really long distance, him being on Bermuda, her being in Canada. But then, they got married and came to Oxford to live and study there together. As simple as that. And I met them there, and was completely blown away by their natural power and strength they were eradiating. We enjoyed ourselves to the max…
  • Kerstin Maier Photography - Blog: Baden-W├╝rttemberg Love your Heimat- I love returning home, almost more than going away. Traveling itself is also something I really enjoy. I have a strong feeling that my main reason for it is coming home to my “Heimat”, because it just feels so good. “Love your Heimat” has become a slogan of mine over the years. It immediately comes to mind when I leave…