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Photography & Cinematography

Photography and cinematography

Since digital photography is popular with the public at large, it is easy for people to take just random snap shots during their vacations. But photography is more than just registering. The ratio behind the image is still the core of photography. My way of looking and taking pictures during foreign journeys is narrative. My camera is the extension of eye and mind. Therefore it is important at which object you take your aim and at which moment the electronic wink takes place. Every moment counts! The beauty of the combination of photography and cinematography (film) is that my experiences come to life even more. And that produces the end result, whether it is combined with a story or not.

Michel Hammann

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"During the summer, the sun does not set in Alaska. So, I was able to take shots around midnight under very special lighting conditions. Because the result could be checked immediately, I extended my limits and took shots that I would otherwise never have tried"