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Axel Breutigam

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About the Artists:

Axel Breutigam is a fine art photographer--a German-born Canadian located in Vancouver, British Columbia. Axel studied black & white photography with Alan Ross, a long time Ansel Adams assistant and one of the few experts with a first hand experience of Ansel Adams work.  Axel holds a PPOC Accredition in Fine Art Photography.


 

Biography:

Archival Print Sizes Available:

12" x 18"   $650 Framed

14" x 21"   $725  Framed

30" x  45"   $2,800  Framed

Variable sizes may be available, please inquire

EQUIPMENT:

Except one photo (“Dockland Building”) all photographs have been taken with a

Leica M Rangefinder Camera; most of them with a Leica M Monochrom.

The Leica M Monochrom has a sensor which records only in black and white (no

Bayer filter). The workflow is like using black & white film.

Since there are no color channels options to enhance (manipulate) the photo with

photo software (e.g. Photoshop or Lightroom) are very limited; everything has to

be done ‘in camera’.

Future photographs will also be taken with a Hasselblad X1D medium format

camera.

 

PAPER:

The choice on which paper to print depends mainly on the subject, the size and

most importantly on the look and feel you’re after.

I work with Moab Lasal and Epson Exhibition Fiber or Epson Hot Press Bright

Paper.

Prints bigger than 14’’ x 21’’ will be printed in the US by Visual Arts Imaging, most

likely on Hahnemuhle Satin Baryta paper.

 

LIMITED EDITIONS:

The standard edition is limited to 25 prints, no matter what size.

Some editions from the ‘Landscapes’ and ‘Elements’ series are limited to 35

prints.

Axel Breutigam

 

 

 


download Axel Breutigam Bio (short) by Kelly Bertrando.pdf
Statement:

FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY

ARTIST STATEMENT

- Bridges -

I was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany; a city located at the rivers Elbe and Alster; the latter

cutting right through the city and spreading out into two lakes.

Very few people know this but Hamburg is the city with the most bridges in the world and has

inside its city limits more canals than Venice in Italy and Amsterdam in the

Netherlands combined.

Bridges were something I grew up with and I always liked.

That has never changed and has a significant influence on my photography.

Living at the West Coast now there are a lot of opportunities to find, explore and photograph

bridges.

In 2016 I did an entire series about bridges in Portland, called ‘Portland - Living with Bridges’.

My photograph ‘High Up - Fremont Bridge, Portland’ is part of this series.

Combining my love for bridges with my passion for long exposure photography can give bridges a

whole new appearance, an example is the photograph ‘Astoria-Megler-Bridge I’.

I was on my way from Portland back to Vancouver Island, took Hwy 101 and got lucky: It was

early in the morning, raining and foggy. The perfect situation for this kind of photography.

Why black & white ?

Only black & white photographs

give room to let the viewer imagine what the real scene might

have looked like.

Axel Breutigam Vancouver, 11/10/2017  


 

 
   
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