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Polaroid from Anne Pannecke

Since I grew up in small town I always was hungry to see the world. Finally after graduation from school I went to travel and work in New Zealand for a year. For me it was as far away as I could possible go from the everyday routine I knew.

My New Zealand travels led me realize why I love photography. Taking photos was my way to remember all these big and little moments of my journey. Photography led me hold on to all the new things I was discovering every day. Being in a different country and culture opened my eyes to so many things. With my photos my dream came true and I was able to share my happiness with loved ones back home.

The end result: People called me „camera girl“ and 13 filled (big) photo albums (Note: All photos where still shoot on good old 35mm film which was very expensive in NZ. I remember vividly waiting for a package from my family. A package filled with new film rolls. Sometimes I think about how many photos I would have in this digital age today? Much much more I guess…).

Since than I love to discover new things through photography. It lets me see the world differently and it makes me look closer.

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My photography

Photography for me is a way to capture and communicate my emotions, experiences and imagination. It gives me the possibility to see the unseen and to search for the beauty in everyday life.

I want to transform the ordinary into the wonderful with my photos. They show strength and vulnerability at the same time while they capture a brief moment. A moment before something great can happen.

Due to the revision of the photos they are blurred into paintings and vice versa. The reality of the photo is often as true as a memory or a dream.

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