A portrait looks behind the facade. This is the case in painting even more so in photography. Every person, every face has its own history, which the portrait needs to express. That is why it is so important to get involved with the subject and to get to know their character. We love to communicate with people and to bring out and emphasize their unique characteristics in our portraits. In doing so, it is not important whether the pictures taken be of Lang Lang playing Chopin in a concert hall in Vienna, the American dancer Marquis Scott as he dances to classical music, a fashion model reading the newspaper in a Viennese coffee house, or a New York hairdresser in his shop. The important thing is the story, which their faces tell.
Powerful lenses and high-resolution cameras (up to 42 million pixels) enable the best shots, even in low light, so that the mood can be maintained.