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// I work as a professional Photographer and follow the maxim that each single image has to be consistent with my artistic vision of the subject. This is my interpretation of Fine Art Photography.

I am based in Berlin, Germany but available for commissioned work worldwide.

// Sharing knowledge is another passio… Read More
// I work as a professional Photographer and follow the maxim that each single image has to be consistent with my artistic vision of the subject. This is my interpretation of Fine Art Photography.

I am based in Berlin, Germany but available for commissioned work worldwide.

// Sharing knowledge is another passion of mine. Since four years I run the FAULAND Photography School - Feel free to check out the workshops offered :

http://school.fauland-photography.com Read Less
"The model has to give you the moment. It's not you making it. They give it to you and you capture it".

(Peter Lindbergh)
Many years ago, running over the pages of a travel magazine, I spotted a small and rather unimposing photograph of some rolling hills scenery. The surreal look, the strength of razor sharp swingled lines, the richness in tonality was breathtaking and I thought to myself: “This is a place I want to see at least o… Read More
Many years ago, running over the pages of a travel magazine, I spotted a small and rather unimposing photograph of some rolling hills scenery. The surreal look, the strength of razor sharp swingled lines, the richness in tonality was breathtaking and I thought to myself: “This is a place I want to see at least once in my life!”

I started investigating and it took quite some time before I read an enthusiastic article, written by a landscape photographer, about a place he recalled to be known as “The Wave”. If I had to summarize in one phrase, what this mystic place is all about, I would say it`s a frozen wave of sandstone. I did not let up and in autumn 2001, I was finally rewarded, finding myself in front of liquid rocks. Read Less
Member Since: Oct 20, 2010