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“We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us.”— Ralph Hattersley
My photographic journey
My photographic journey began when my Dad gave me my first camera. It was a cheap, all-plastic Carena/Porst 126 Sport with a 38 mm lens and a bright orange release button. It took 126 film cartridges resulting in square prints way before the advent of Instagram. I was about three years old and not sure how I even understood the concept of Photography then. All I know is, that I instinctively knew how to take pictures and only stopped using the camera when the winder broke.
Below are the two very first photographs and I actually remember taking them:
I guess you could say, that my early style was always documentary photography. When I saw a moment that I thought was worth recording, I took a photo of it. Read on …