It’s been quite a while since I published one of my
WordCamp photo recap posts! I had to look it up: It was for WCEU 2018. Crazy, how time flies!
I had a great time meeting old friends and making new ones.
Well, without further ado, here’s my (short) photographic recap of
WordCamp Switzerland 2023.
1. A Wapuu banner welcomes attendees to WordCamp Switzerland 2023, which took place in Murten/Morat on April 1st 2023.
2. Empty chairs in the “Aquarium” room waiting to be filled.
3. WordCamp Organizer Michael Hörnlimann stands atop the stairs in Centre Loewenberg, waiting for attendees to arrive.
4. Léa McAleese is the first speaker of the day, with her session about “Nurturing your customers”.
5. The microphone, housed inside a foam box, is passed arround between attendees to ask questions.
6. Looking into the “Aula” room during an ongoing session.
7. The hotel buildings are part of Centre Loewenberg, the location for WordCamp Switzerland 2023.
8. Volunteer Florian Blaser waits for the next talk to start in the “Aula” room.
9. Nestor Angulo de Ugarte during his session “Round 1! FIGHT! – Or how to survive against a malicious hacker”.
10. Nico Martin answers questions from the audience after his talk about “How to automate your maintenance with Playwright”.
11. An attendee scans a QR code during Nico Martin’s talk at WordCamp Switzerland 2023.
12. Claudio Rimann, part of the photography team at WordCamp Switzerland 2023, peaks through the door into the “Aula” room.
13. Christian Zumbrunnen announces the next speaker, Remkus De Vries with his session: “WooCommerce, but faster”.
14. Attendees gather for the group photo at WordCamp Switzerland 2023.
15. Stefan “Velthy” Velthuys reacts while picking the winners of Required’s “guess the number of lines of code” competition.
16. Karin Christen hands out the prices to the competition winners.
17. cyon’s Philipp Zeder reacts after winning the competition.
18. Remkus De Vries is getting a back rub from WordCamp Switzerland 2023 organizer Mark Howells-Mead.
19. Noel Tock is getting mic’ed up by Maxime Culea.
20. Milan Ivanovic announces the final session of the day at WordCamp Switzerland 2023.
21. Panel discussion with the topic “WordPress in 2025” is about to start. Moderated by Noel Tock, with participants Matt Cromwell, Karin Christen, Simea Merki and Roslyn Lavery (not pictured).
22. Michael Hörnlimann presents some stats about WordCamp Switzerland 2023 during the closing remarks.
23. Michelle Bulloch says “Au revoir” and good-bye to the attendees at WordCamp Switzerland 2023.
Interested in going down memory lane? Have a look at all posts tagged
WordCamp, with all of the recaps going back to the very first WordCamp Europe.
All images in this post taken by
Florian Ziegler and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
And finally, for those who are interested: All photos taken with the Leica M10-P with either the 35mm or 50mm lens. Editing and
gentle post processing in Lightroom.
I bought a ticket for
WordCamp Europe 2023 in Athens! After missing last year’s #wceu, I am looking forward to exploring a city I have never been to and meeting many of the people I haven’t seen since 2019!
Sadly I won’t be attending WordCamp Europe in Porto this year. It just didn’t work out shedule-wise. It is especially sad, because I attended all installments of WordCamp Europe so far – first as attendee, then volunteer, then organizer.
This is my photographic recap of WordCamp Europe #6, which took place in Belgrade, Serbia last week.
In an effort to do more with my photography I had the idea of creating a photo book with my favorite images I took at WordCamp Europe over the last couple of years.
The fifth WordCamp Europe took place in Paris last week. I am repeating myself each year, when I say how great it was!
I had the role of photography team lead this year, which meant that I somehow ended up shooting fewer images than in the years before. Nevertheless – here are my favorite photos (that I took) from WordCamp Europe 2017.
Last weekend I visited WordCamp Frankfurt. It was actually my first WordCamp in Germany. (I still think it is funny, that it took me that long to attend one here.)
I met many awesome new people – and got to hang out with ones I have know for years, now. In my opinion this is what makes WordCamps so special: It is almost like going to a big family reunion, where you hang out and catch up.
After having received very positive feedback for my images of WordCamp Europe 2016, I thought I’d share some tips for covering events like this with a camera.
Once again an amazing WordCamp Europe lies behind us. This time the WordPress community met in Vienna, Austria.
As in the previous three years, here are a few of my favorite images.
last year, I documented WordCamp Switzerland with my camera. You can find all of the 165 images on Flickr.
Update: I just added another album with photos from the Speakers Dinner.
No photo summary post by me this time, but others have blogged about this year’s