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I started to take pictures of landscapes pretty early in my photography career, in the beginning without really noticing what I was doing. I was searching for the right format for quiet a long time. In the beginning I used a 4/5inch linhoff, later, I think in 2003. I switched to a 6/17 linhoff which was much easier to work with. I took the camera everywhere, it a hassle to carry and I hated it a lot having this extra bag with me all the time. But I found out that once I did not take it there was something I wanted to take a picture of. So I had to take it with me all the time. in the beginning I was using the camera mostly outside but than I started to do pictures of insides as well and I really liked it. I started to shoot all the rooms I ever sleep in for example. Sometimes I also take images where are people, but I find it a little difficult and I am not sure if I like those images so much, though some turned out really great. The images I take can be anywhere, usually I am not searching for a location, I just happen to walk by something and I do the picture. I am not out there for this special thing. To me it feels more like a documentation of things that are around me. Things I see and that I think will look good as a photography.
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Götz Göppert is in 1969 in München geboren. De fotograaf woont in Parijs en reist de wereld rond op zoek naar ongekende en ongewone onderwerpen. Hij verzamelt documentatie die hij vergelijkt met een modern rariteitenkabinet. De fotograaf is erin geslaagd al zijn werken met poëzie te doordringen. Zelfs de meest technische onderwerpen zijn van de eigen experimentele en elegante stijl van de kunstenaar doordrongen.