To keep you in the know with what photographers are exploring around the world, we search the globe for interesting and inspiring photographers to feature in our International Spotlight series. This time around, we talk to South Tyrol’s Heinz Innerhofer. He explores the use of blur as a stylistic device creating movement in the images. Peruse his images, and find out a bit more about the photographer, below.
D-Photo: Please give us a rundown on your photography; when did you start out?
Heinz Innerhofer: I bought my first camera with the money I earned from a summer job in 1978.
Tell us a bit more about yourself.
I was born in 1964, I’ve currently got an office job as an administrative assistant. I originally come from South Tyrol, which is in the North of Italy, at the Austrian border, and I am mainly engaged with project photography.
Can you outline what is in your equipment kit at the moment?
I use a Canon 5D Mark III with the following lenses: 24mm TS, 50mm f/1.4, 100mm Macro f/2.8, and a 70–300mm. My second camera is a Sony 6000 with a 20mm f/2.8 lens.
What projects have you got on the go at the moment?
Currently, I’m working on my new exhibition that features witches, which will take place in July.
For people who want to see more of your work, where would you suggest they visit?