This play will take 3,5 hours without a break I was told. If you want to leave before the end, please take the emergency exit since we have an event downstairs. This was my first Fotoprobe at the Maxim Gorki Theater and I certainly did not think about leaving early once the play had started. Because the actors played so well and the story got me right away and because the production was very intelligent. I know it is a word that feels kind of odd in this context but I can not
Aeri and I met at the S-Bahn station Hackescher Markt. I waited upstairs and she downstairs. The funny thing is, I thought I had seen her leaving the train but then she was gone all the sudden. I thought it was funny because I thought I had seen somebody who might be a ballet dancer by the way she moved, not because I recognized her face. One of the side effects of this project seems to be that I learn something about ballet :-) Aeri had been shopping and presented herself i
We had picked a pretty hot day for our shooting. The shooting with Cam should bring some changes for the concept in several ways: The first two shootings were indoor, directly at the Staatsoper Berlin. But the locations within the Staatsoper were limited for us and shooting outside was a nice alternative. I also decided to use a "faster" but certainly analog camera, my Nikon F4. And last but not least we shot both styles, with Tutu and a summer dress. And for the future I dec
Besides The Art of not looking back there was performed a second piece that day which even had its world Premiere on the 21. April: Erde. Nacho Duato who is going to leave the Staatsballett after this season. Except for the last scene it was very quite minimalistic too. Not in terms of the number of dancers who performed but the decoration was spare. The light and fog were used instead. The funny thing is - when I look at the photos I had taken that day it does not look that
Europe is not short on nice places and cities. Berlin is one of them - especially the east part. West berlin still is not my cup of tea but even the best has something to offer. The city still is not relatively inexpensive. Especially appartement and restaurant wise. And the rest is not too bad either.
(Leica M6, Hasselblad 500CM, Nikon F2, Nikon F4 and Yashica T3, Retina III C, Nikonos V) #BlackandWhite #LeicaM6 #Berlin #Hasselblad500CM #NikonF2 #NikonF4 #YashicaT3 #Street
My passion for football is not too far away from my passion for photography. But I usually prefer a dry seat in a bar next door where the beer finds its way to the table, toilets are close and difficult situations can be seen in slow motion. What´s more: I am from Hamburg and my heart beats for HSV and St. Pauli.
But despite all those points above, my neighbour Sebastian asked me if I wanted like to watch a game of Union Berlin (against VFL Bochum) with him and some friends
From my first shooting at the Deutsches Theater Berlin: She is the daughter of the accursed House of Atreus. Iphigenia is only alive thanks to heavenly intervention, as her father once wanted to sacrifice her to the gods so that the Greek army could advance on Troy. At the last moment, Artemis kidnapped the girl and brought her to Tauris. Now, after many years in exile as Artemis’ priest, she longs to return. And at the same time, she is deeply indebted to the Tauri king, Tho
This series is from my first ballet shooting: Tchaikowsky´s The Nutcracker at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. And I really enjoyed this assignment. The performance was great, the opera house is great and the people were friendly and things went smoothly. The only thing that could be better was the position us press people had: it was row 20 or backwards and one could hardly change the perspective. But - das Leben ist kein Wunschkonzert and I think it could have hardly gone better w
These photos were taken in May 2016, when Marie Golüke was running a short summary of The Erotism which was performed at the Ballhaus Ost in Berlin.
(Nikon D7000) #Berlin #NikonD7000 #TheErotism #MarieGolüke #BallhausOst