One shot Interview with Christian Reister
What made you push the shutter button to capture this image?
The strange combination of pelicans, plane + a car. I was lying on the beach of Malibu, looked up, saw this - and click.
Is this image part of a wider project, if so what is the projects focus?
Not really. This image was taken in 2006. I was travelling a lot in these times and was very much into street photography. I would photographed everything, of which I expected an interesting picture.
Why is this image special to you?
I think it's a special moment that I have not seen photographed somewhere else. But maybe it's a very common sight to those who live on US west coast? If so, just don't tell me, thank you.
Is there any photography books that inspired you to capture this image?
What camera are you currently using?
Fuji x100T for almost everything, Ricoh GR when it's import that the cam fits into the pocket, and the Canon EOS 5 D Mrk III for most assignment works.
Please tell us about yourself
I'm living in Berlin and I am taking pictures for 20 years. My last book ("Berlin Nights") was published by Hoxton Mini Press, London. I'm mostly into portraiture, daily life and Berlin nightlife.
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