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Rainy Bilster Berg 1

Götz Göppert

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Fine Art print
Baryta Hahnemühle 315g
Alu mounted print
Hanging bars
Shadow
Gap Frame
Black wood
Acrylic print
Aluminium brace
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75,00 €

LocationCircuit du Bilster Berg, Allemagne
Prints issueLIMITED EDITION 50 prints ONLY
Shooting date16 octobre 2013
Original pictureDigital
FormatsHorizontal
EraPost-2010
ColorsBrown
CollectionPassion
Götz Göppert
Götz Göppert

Born in 1969 in Munich, Götz lives between Paris and Hamburg.

This German photographer, compulsive traveler, graduated from the Graphic Design and School of Hamburg, spends his time between Germany, France, Italy, the USA, and elsewhere where his customers send him. But he also devoted much time to personal photographic projects, including panoramic photography with film 6x24. He likes to get caught up in the unprecedented and unusual, reporting "a documentation of his surroundings." His eye has a policy of not turning away from anything and give anything poetry of the outstanding's time.

After his period of luxury, beauty and pleasure that lasted about 12 years, Götz likes to spend more time on various reports ranging from cooper's expertise to motorsport through the sailing. His book "A Year around Sancerre" has been the subject of many exhibitions. But the weekend ... you will surely find a racing track, wether tarmac, ice or earth, or even on a beach photographing surfers.

This was an editorial for RAMP magazine at the private track of Bilster Berg in Germany. We had 3 GT cars on a rainy october day. It was foggy, windy and cold. The leaves blew across the tarmac and got blown up by the cars. A perfect autumn setting, along with the reflections of the headlights on the wet tarmac and the water thrown up by the tyres. This was one of my most exciting shootings. Best of all was that there was no time limit and everybody had a great time during the shoot. The drivers were perfect as they knew how to keep the cars very close together, sometimes just a couple of centimeters at full throttle. One of my favourites.

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Rainy Bilster Berg 1 - Götz Göppert

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