Thank You, Vienna

by Rainer Hosch


Photographs: Rainer Hosch

Publisher: Ahead Media

Year: 2004

Price: 35     24.50

Comments: Soft cover, 29,8 x 21 cm. Language: English

The catalogue for the exhibition in Vienna 2004

"Thank You, Vienna" presents photos from the years 1993-2003. "The work of a portraitist often focuses on the human face. Studying the history of close-ups one inevitably comes to mug shots, passport photos and photo booth strips. My fascination with all three led me to experiment with lighting techniques that evoke the same kind of feeling and energy. This small series was created with a ring flash, a very in your face kind of light that even surprises and challenges these veteran subjects that are very familiar with the typical process of a portrait session".

- Rainer Hosch

 


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Thank You, Vienna

by Rainer Hosch


Photographs: Rainer Hosch

Publisher: Ahead Media

Year: 2004

Price: 35     24.50

Comments: Soft cover, 29,8 x 21 cm. Language: English

The catalogue for the exhibition in Vienna 2004

"Thank You, Vienna" presents photos from the years 1993-2003. "The work of a portraitist often focuses on the human face. Studying the history of close-ups one inevitably comes to mug shots, passport photos and photo booth strips. My fascination with all three led me to experiment with lighting techniques that evoke the same kind of feeling and energy. This small series was created with a ring flash, a very in your face kind of light that even surprises and challenges these veteran subjects that are very familiar with the typical process of a portrait session".

- Rainer Hosch

 


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Thank You, Vienna

by Rainer Hosch


Photographs: Rainer Hosch

Publisher: Ahead Media

Year: 2004

Price: 35     24.50

Comments: Soft cover, 29,8 x 21 cm. Language: English

The catalogue for the exhibition in Vienna 2004

"Thank You, Vienna" presents photos from the years 1993-2003. "The work of a portraitist often focuses on the human face. Studying the history of close-ups one inevitably comes to mug shots, passport photos and photo booth strips. My fascination with all three led me to experiment with lighting techniques that evoke the same kind of feeling and energy. This small series was created with a ring flash, a very in your face kind of light that even surprises and challenges these veteran subjects that are very familiar with the typical process of a portrait session".

- Rainer Hosch

 


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com