|News about Michel’s Photography|
A new location for Michel’s Freshwater Project: Lake Malawi, with one of the richest fish faunas in the world.
Michel talks about the Sense river at Radio RTS (in french, 25’53’’i
Michel about his photography at the local REGA-TV (Youtube, in Fryburger-Tütsch, 59’).
Some first images from my expedition to Lake Malawi.
Unexpected underwater images in a swedish forest.
A story about Michel’s work on the Gorner Glacier in the Bianco Alpine Lifestyle Magazine.
Photographing Water lilies in the Danube Delta.
Michel’s photographs in each of the 143 rooms of the new Aquatis Hotel in Lausanne.
Working under water in the Sultanate of Oman.
Dangerous encounters in the Danube Delta.
A Sea of Fog in the Swiss Alps.
Photographing Crocodiles under water in the Okavango River.
A story about Michel’s work in Switzerland in the Schweizer Illustrierte magazine.
Watch the video showing Michel at work on the Greenland Ice Cap.
Le photographe Michel Roggo sort son nouveau livre, Radio Télévision Suisse.
A selection of images of Michel’s new book water.switzerland at La Liberté.
Photographing fast moving Greenland icebergs.
Michel about underwater photography in the Scuba Diver Ocean Planet (Singapore).
Greenland icebergs in the fog.
Michel Roggos Ausstellung Wasserwelten im MuseumsQuartier Tirschenreuth.
Underwater photography in the meltwater channels and lakes of Greenland.
Bear versus Fish by Michel at National Geographic Kids.
Discover the eerie underwater world of the icebergs of Greenland.
Sermeq Kujalleq - in a snow storm on the ice cap of Kalaallit Nunaat.
Michel about photography in freshwater in the Saevus magazine (India).
Brown bears hunt salmon in Russia's Far East by photographer Michel Roggo at The Telegraph
A story about Michel’s work on the Gorner Glacier in the german Hörzu Wissen magazine.
Michel’s Kamchatka Bears online at Kurier.at
Be in a Sardine Tin!
Michel’s Kamchatka Bears in the swedish Foto magazine.
Cathedrals of Light - underwater photography in the mexican Cenotes.
In photography, always be ready for the unexpected!
Story about The Freshwater Project in the german Hörzu Reporter Magazine.
The revival of the Grayling in the Saane river?
The last wild river in Switzerland in danger.
Kamchatka Bears portfolio by Michel in the BBC Wildlife Magazine.
The Biofresh blog: Michel Roggo’s tops tips for freshwater photography.
Have a look at Michel’s underwater photographs of bears in the russian Vokrug Sveta magazine.
The Biofresh blog: Freshwater conservation in pictures with Michel Roggo.
No sun to photograph under water? So what?
The Biofresh blog: Michel Roggo, freshwater photographer and explorer extraordinaire.
An interview with Michel about his Freshwater Project in the Globetrotter magazine (in german).
Watch the teaser of the movie Terres des Ours, including Michel’s underwater footage of Bears.
The worst day photographing is better than the best day at the office.
Michel announced as Associate Fellow Photographer by the iLCP.
Be a fish in a Peat Bog.
A story about the Gorner Glacier with Michel‘s images in the Schweizer Familie.
In the depths of Lake Baikal.
Fire in the water of a peat bog.
Some first impressions from the latest location for The Freshwater Project, Lake Baikal.
Michel’s underwater photographs of bears in the New Scientist.
A last day on the glacier, before the winter starts - and under water again.
Under water photographs on the glacier.
On the Gornerglacier, for this special picture of meltwater flowing under the ice.
Just back from Swedish Lapland, with images out of some hidden lakes in the tundra.
Chub by the thousands spawning in shallow, crystal clear water - what a dream for a photographer.
Back on the Gornerglacier - amazing how fast the glacier is retreating.
High up in the Min Mountains of Sichuan, there is this Buddhist temple, at an outstanding beautiful location.
Back from a trip to Sichuan, working in Jiuzhaigou, the clearest water of China.
Some new underwater shots from a wonderful spring hidden in the Gruyère Alps, close to my home.
Working at the Gornerglacier, with an unexpected guest.
Gornerglacier, Swiss Alps, slowly meltwater is forming on the glacier under the bright sun.
Again high up in the Swiss Alps, on the Gorner glacier - this time entering the glacier portal.
Some images of a perfect day at the glacier in the Swiss Alps.
The Freshwater Project at National Geographic: Dipping Under Unspoiled Rivers.